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Main characters, Before you read, 1 Read the following text and choose the correct word. for each space from A B or C, A an adventure story It is 1. Treasure Island 0, a young boy Jim Hawkins who 2 friends with. 3 old pirate called Billy Bones From here 4, adventure begins There are 5 of strange characters. in the story One of 6 is Long John Silver He, 7 only one leg and a parrot 8 his shoulder.
9 the pirates and Jim s friends want to find the, treasure on the 10. 0 A is B are C it s, 1 A from B about C to, 2 A make B makes C don t make. 3 A a B one C an, 4 A her B him C his, 5 A many B lots C much. 6 A they B their C them, 7 A has B haves C have, 8 A in B on C to. 9 A between B from C both, 10 A woods B island C sea.
Vocabulary, 2 Match the words that mean the same, 1 thin a pleased. 2 hide b set, 3 bad c afraid, 4 lay d conceal, 5 frightened e evil. 6 happy f slim, KET Listening, 2 3 Listen to the beginning of chapter 1 and choose the. correct answer A B or C, Jim Hawkins lived with A an admiral. 3 his parents, 1 His home was A near the beach, B in south east England.
C in a city, 2 The seaman s chest was A big and white. B big and heavy, C big and old, 3 He liked the place because A he could drink rum. B it wasn t noisy, C he liked watching sheep, 4 His telescope was made of A brass. 5 In the evening the seaman A never said a word, B always asked about. C chatted to everybody, 6 Billy Bones wanted to know A the sea.
about B the weather that day, C a seaman, 7 He promised Jim Hawkins A lots of gold. B a leg of ham, Billy Bones and his Sea Chest, 2 Jim Hawkins lived with his mother and father in. an inn called the Admiral Benbow It was in a, seaside village in south west England. One day an old seaman arrived at the inn with, a big heavy chest He had a white scar on his. face and looked very fierce, He drank a glass of rum Then he asked for a.
room and said, I like it here It s quiet and I can watch the ships. His name was Billy Bones Every day he looked, out to sea through his brass telescope He didn t speak. much but every night he asked the same question, Did any seamen come today. One day he called Jim Hawkins and said, I will give you a penny my boy if you tell me. when a seaman with one leg comes to this inn, Of course said Jim happy to earn a penny.
3 Months passed but no one legged seaman, inn a small hotel. seaman mariner, chest a big container, scar a mark caused by a deep cut. After reading Activities, KET Reading, 1 Match the sentence halves using a word from the box. and 2 so but but because when, Jim looked around, he couldn t see his. 1 The pirates were not a they heard the ghost, pleased with Silver.
2 Silver freed Doctor b a surprise visitor, Livesey for the doctor. 3 Captain Smollett was c agreed to stop, angry fighting. 4 Silver and the Doctor d his men could have, talked food and drink. 5 There were some e they said nothing, 6 The pirates were f Jim left them. 2 Complete the sentences with the correct comparative or. superlative form of the adjective in brackets, Jim was the youngest.
young of the crew, 1 Silver was smart than his men. 2 The pirates were happy once they saw the map, 3 Captain Flint was the fierce pirate in the world. 4 They had to climb the high hill on the island, 5 Captain Smollett was the good captain in the world. 6 Jim was much brave than other boys of his age, 7 This was the exciting adventure a boy could. 3 Put the words in the correct order to make questions then. match them to the answers below, pirates many left there how were.
How many pirates were there left, 1 Silver s where parrot sitting was. 2 Doctor flag when the did with come the, 3 Livesey to give the who map did. 4 cave who treasure the in hid the, 5 breakfast Silver did who with have. 6 Jim around what waist have his did, 7 use a did small why boat they. a Ben Gunn b to reach Ben s cave c on his shoulder. d Silver e yesterday morning f his men, g a rope z six.
Vocabulary, 4 Complete the sentences with a word from the box. mutiny treasure plateau hostage, patients gallows hole. They went home with the t r ea s u r e, 1 Silver wanted to keep Jim as a. 2 The Doctor promised to save Silver from the, 3 The pirates climbed up to a. 4 There was nothing only an empty, 5 Jim discovered the pirates plan to.
6 The Doctor always looked after his, Robert Louis Stevenson. Biography Early Works, Robert Louis Stevenson was born in After school he went to Edinburgh University. Edinburgh the capital of Scotland on to become an engineer like his father. November 13th 1850 His father Thomas was However he did not like these studies He. Scottish and was an expert at building was more interested in literature and started. lighthouses His mother Margaret Isabella to write for the university magazine. His first book An Inland Voyage about, was French and was gentle and full of fun. travelling in France was published in 1878, As a child Robert was very thin and often ill. He loved travelling and during one of, so he spent a lot of time in France where the his trips he met and fell in love with an.
weather was better than in Scotland He was American woman Fanny Vandegrift He went. an only child and from an early age loved to the USA with Fanny and they got married. listening to the adventure stories his nurse in San Francisco in 1880 This journey gave. told him at bedtime him a lot of ideas for his future books. 72 Robert Louis Stevenson 1885, Photograph of Robert Louis Stevenson and family on the island of Upolu in Samoa. The Successful Writer, Then during a cruise of the islands in the. He returned to Europe where he became Pacific he discovered that the climate in. a popular writer with the publication of this part of the world was very good for his. Treasure Island health He decided to move with his family to. Apart from this adventure novel two of his Upolu the main island of Samoa in the Pacific. most famous works are Kidnapped and Ocean He lived happily there with his family. The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and continued to write until he died in 1896. After his father died in 1887 he returned to The local people loved him and called him. the USA where he was now famous too Tusitala which means storyteller. Treasure Island, This adventure novel about pirates and. buried gold was first published in 1883, It is full of character atmosphere and. action It created the popular figure of, the one legged pirate with a parrot on.
his shoulder Many ideas from Treasure, Island such as the map with a red X to. indicate where the treasure is can still, be found in pirate stories even today. Map of Treasure Island from Robert Louis Stevenson s book Treasure Island 1883. Focus on CLIL Historical Context, The Golden Age of Piracy. From Seaman to Pirate, The Golden Age of Piracy was from about 1690 to. 1730 Let s look at how seamen became pirates, For years European countries like England.
France and Spain were at war They fought a lot, of battles at sea and the governments at that. time told their sailors to rob from the ships they. After peace arrived in Europe the governments, didn t want these seamen anymore but these. men didn t know any other kind of job Therefore, they continued to do what they knew attack. and rob ships this time without the permission, of their governments They were now pirates. Sea Routes, During this Golden Age pirates operated in the.
Caribbean sea the sea to the east of America and, the sea off the west coast of Africa Why was this. Well there was a lot of trade between Africa and, America at that time so there were lots of ships. to attack which were full of all kinds of treasure. They didn t only steal treasure but anything they, needed and sometimes even the ship. They had small fast boats to reach the ships They, often used cannon balls and other weapons to. take possession of the ship In this period most, Map of the West Indies Antilles and Caribbean Sea 1818 pirates were English or American and one of the.
most famous pirates was Blackbeard, Blackbeard, His real name was Edward Teach and he was. born near Bristol in England in 1680 At this, time Bristol was a very important city in. England because of trade to the American, colonies especially slave trade He had a very. thick black beard which is where his pirate s, name comes from He was so fierce looking. that sailors gave up their ships without, a fight He concentrated on the sea route.
between the West Indies and the American, colonies on the east coast. Soldiers finally killed him on 22nd November 1718, during battle Even if he looked fierce he never. harmed the people he captured or robbed, The End of The Jolly Roger. the Golden Age This is the typical flag used by pirates It is. About 1830 governments decided to work black with a white skull and two long bones in. together to stop piracy The Jamaican an X form under it When people saw this flag. government also helped with their new they were scared because it was a sign that. laws and soon they captured most pirates the pirates were ready to kill if they didn t get. Pirates still exist today but the Golden Age what they wanted. was definitely their most fortunate period in Nowadays it is still used to indicate danger for. history example on bottles which contain poison, Decide if the sentences are True T or False F. Seamen became pirates after the war ended, 1 The pirates only wanted gold when they attacked.
2 Bristol was an American colony, 3 Blackbeard was very frightened. 4 Blackbeard died while fighting, 5 Governments decided to work with pirates again. Comprehension activities Test yourself CLIL activity Tags Adventure Courage Robert Louis Stevenson Treasure Island Stage 2 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Classic Elementary Pre Intermediate Intermediate 600 headwords 800 headwords 1000 headwords A1 A2 B1 Movers Flyers KET PET Teen ELI Readers Teen Readers Eli Readers is a beautifully illustrated series of timeless classics and specially written

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