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I. Character and personality

1. Inside Out U-I. U.9 Attraction p.82-84 Speed dating V/R; wb p.49 V

2. Think First Certificate. U.8. p.96 Adjectives of personality V; p.97 L/R/S/W;

3. First Certificate Language Practice. People and Behaviour U.12 p.229 V

4. Headway I. Who are these people describing? T.15 p.33, 110 L

5. Right Word Wrong Word. p.208 ex.8 Descriptions, etc., p.241 ex.51 Character and reputation,

p.254 ex.65 Behaviour, p.276 ex.89 What sort of person are you? V

6. More than Words 1. U.15 p.148 Character and personality 1 R/S/V;

U.16 p.155 Character and personality 2 V/S/W; U.13 p.133 Feelings and moods R/S/W/V

II. Judging by appearance

1. Inside Out U-I. U.9 Attraction p.78-81 The perfect face, U.1 Images p.9-10 Image queen R/L/S

2. Think First Certificate. U.8 Judging by Appearance, p.94-95, 98-99 R/S/W;

U.9 Teenage Cults, p.106 New generations R/S

3. Avenues First Certificate. People, U.3 p.32 describing people’s appearance V

4. More than Words 1. U.2 p.57-62 Physical appearance and description V/S/W

5. Right Word Wrong Word. p.208 ex.7 Appearance, etc., of people and things V

6. I. Semyankiv, A. Shugai. Listening comprehension tasks. p.5 The Hobbit; Many Faces L

III. Clothes

1. English Vocabulary in Use pre-i and i. U.56 Clothes V/S

2. English Vocabulary in Use u-i and adv. U.47 Clothes V/S

3. First Certificate Language Practice. Clothes and Appearance U.4 p.198-201 V

4. Right Word Wrong Word. p.250 ex.61 Items of clothing, etc. V

5. More than Words 1. Clothing U.3 p.63-66,70; p.67-69 V/S/R

6. Inside Out U-I. You are what you wear T.5 p.11-12, 145 R/L/S

7. Patterns Plus. The Jeaning of America p.36-39 R/W

WRITING

1. Patterns Plus. U.3 p.55 Description

2. Patterns Plus. U.6 p.187 Contrast and Comparison

VIDEO

1. Inside Out U-I. U.9 Cindy Jackson

2. Anger management

Grammar and Functions

Adjective • Adverb

1. FCE 1. U.5 p.75

2. Grammarway. U.3 p.42

3. First Certificate Language Practice U.24

4. Azar. p.A2, A3, A5

5. Azar (new). p. A4, A5

Word-list

1

absent-minded

alone

ambitious

annoyed/annoying

anxious

artistic

astonished

attractive

beard

birthmark

blond(e)

bored

broad-minded

broadshouldered

calm

charming

cheek

cheerful

chubby

concerned

confused

considerate

cool

creative

critical

cross

cross-eyed

curly

decisive

delighted

depressed

desperate

disappointed

disheveled

domineering

easy-going

embarrassed

emotional

enthusiastic

envious

facial features

fair hair

fair (= just)

forehead

forgetful

freckle (s) / (ed)

friendly

frightened

fun-loving

furious

generous

handsome

hardworking

heartbroken

height

helpful

horrified

irritated

jaw

lack of respect for

lazy

lean

line (-s) / (-ed)

lively

livid

lonely

mean

miserable

mole

mood

moustache

obese

optimistic

patient

pessimistic

phlegmatic

physique

plain appearance

pleased

plump

pointed chin

prejudiced

pretty

relieved

respectable

respectful

restless

scared

self-confident

selfish

sensible

sensitive

serene

shining

shiny

shy

silk/silky

skinny

slender

slim

smart mind

smug

sociable

square chin

straight

strong

stubborn

surprised

tanned

temper

terrified

thrilled

traits of character

ugly

upset

vain

voluptuous

warm-hearted

wavy

weak

well-built

willpower

wiry

worried

wrinkle (-s) / (-ed)

to be as white as a sheet

to be in good/bad mood

to be interested in

to be good/bad at

to be over the moon about sth

to be similar to

to be the center of attention

to bowl sb over

to catch sb’s balance

to get sb down

to go red

to keep/lose one’s temper

to keep up with the times

to lack confidence

to look as if / to look like

to take after sb

to take sb by surprise

there is sth __ about him/her

2

baggy

beret

blazer

blouse

boutique

boxer shorts

bra

brand

button

cardigan

casual

changing / fitting room

checked

close-fitting

cloth

clothing

collar

corduroy

costume

cotton

cuff

denim

earring (s)

elegant

fashionable

(flared) trousers

flowery

footwear

(frayed) jeans

fur coat

garment

glove

hem

jacket

jumper

label

laces

leather

loose

mitten

old-fashioned

outfit

overcoat

pin-striped

plain pattern of fabric

pleated skirt

pocket

price-tag

pullover

raincoat

receipt

round-neck

sandals

scarf

scruffy

sew

shirt

shoe

shopping precinct

sleeve

slipper

smart clothes

sock

sole

spotted

(stiletto) heel

stocking

stylish

suede

sweatshirt

(tailored) suit

tasteful

tight

tights

(top-)boot

tracksuit

trendy

T-shirt

underwear

velvet

V-neck

well-dressed/groomed

with-it

wool/woollen

to bargain

to be a wolf in sheep’s clothing

to be dressed to kill

to be dressed (up) to the nines

to be in sb’s shoes

to be in vogue

to be on sale

to change into

to do the shopping / go shopping

to dress / get dressed

to fit

to go windowshopping

to grow out of

to have a tendency to

to lace up

to let down

to let out

to make purchases

to match

to pull one’s socks up

to purchase

to put on

to line / queue up

to shop around

to suit

to take in

to take off

to take out

to try / fit on

to wear one’s Sunday best

to wear the trousers

to zip up

FOCUSED DISCUSSION AND PARAGRAPH WRITING

Describing a person and a thing. Contrast / Comparison

Topics Proposed for Focused Discussion and Paragraph Writing

1. Describe the personality of somebody you look up to.

2. Describe the appearance of one of your group mates / a special person.

3. How the appearance and personality interact.

4. You are what you wear.

5. Compare the kind of clothes you are wearing now to the ones you consider your Sunday best.

6. What would you wear for different occasions?

TOPICS PROPOSED FOR ORAL ASSESSMENT

1. Describe the character of your friend.

2. What personal traits seem the most/least attractive to you? Why?

3. Strong and weak traits of your personality

4. What situations make you lose your temper or what can set you in a good mood?

5. Think what you can judge by the appearance of your desk/group mate.

6. How do a personality and a style interact?

Module № 3. FOOD

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