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New Challenges 3 Students' Book by David Mower, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. New Challenges is perfect if you like to challenge your students. Build your students' confidence with New Challenges Student's Book 3. • Students' Book with. 3 Arriving (pp. 14–15). Key Expressions: Preferences Verbs of preference + to/- ing. Reading and Listening: The Challenges story Speaking: Talking about.

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My dad is but Mum isnt. She 5 hate being outside in the cold for hours. Describe your school. Use the ideas below and the time expressions in the box. Add your own ideas.

We have lessons every day but we dont have tests very often.

This week our class team is training for a basketball match. Read the text about two British boarding schools, Roedean and Eton. Are there boarding schools in your country?

Would you like to go to one? Opened in Brighton, near the sea. Three houses. Girls share rooms in groups. Opened in in Windsor, near London. About boys aged thirteen to eighteen. Twenty-five houses. No dormitories; pupils have their own study-bedrooms. German educationalist, Kurt Hahn, had the idea for the international colleges during the s Cold War. He believed that young people from all over the world, learning and living together, could help to build international understanding and world peace.

UWC Atlantic College is a mixed boarding school and has students aged from sixteen to nineteen years old. It is more diverse than most schools: Students dont wear a uniform and there are no compulsory sports or competitions between the houses. Every student must take up a voluntary activity for two afternoons or evenings a week. UWC Atlantic College students can choose from a wide range of activities and services.

For example, they can help with sea and beach rescue; work on the college farm where they learn to grow food and take care of the environment or organise activities for disabled children. Each house has beds for about forty-eight students and, usually, four students from different countries share a room.

Houseparents live with the students and take care of them. The rooms are quite simple and the students share bathrooms. Each student house has a living room with a small kitchen and study rooms. Breakfast, lunch and dinner take place in a beautiful twelfth-century dining room. The fees are about 23, a year but the school chooses students for their ability to learn, not their ability to pay. The organisation helps students if they need money.

Compare your school with Atlantic College, Eton and Roedean. Use the Sentence Builder and these words to write sentences. Read the text quickly to get the general idea. Read the questions to see what type of information you need e. Copy the table. Scan the texts from Exercises 1 and 2 and complete the table. Atlantic College. Read the text in Exercise 2 again. Are the sentences true T , false F or is there no information NI? All the UWC are international.

The first UWC was in Germany. Atlantic College students must play sports. All students at UWCs study in English. The students at Atlantic College eat all their meals in their houses. Most students at a UWC are from rich families.

Look at the Word Builder. Find the verbs in red in the text and read the sentences. Why dont you start to learn Italian? Please look after the baby. She always does something in the school play.

Can you feed my cat when Im away, please? Id like to start judo next term. Verb Quiz Find these get expressions in the Word Bank. Youve got two minutes! To enter a bus. You do this every morning.

To enter a car. To meet people. To be friendly with someone. Word Bank, page Which do you think is better: Public schools in Britain are, in fact, expensive private schools Answer on page Doug Right, here we are. This is the school. Jasmin It looks great, Mr Grant. Doug Call me Doug. Jasmin Right er, Doug.

Doug Thats Mr Bywater over there, one of the music teachers. And thats Mrs Tyler-Smith with her cat, Benson. Shes the owner. Come and meet her. Mrs T-S Hello!

Did you have a good trip? Jasmin Yes, thanks. Mrs T-S Are you Gwen? Jasmin No, Im Jasmin. This is Gwen.

Gwen Pleased to meet you. Mrs T-S So, youre an actress, Janet. Jasmin Jasmin. Well, I prefer dancing to acting. I really love dancing. Mrs T-S Oh. And you, Helen, sorry, Gwen. Youd like to be a singer. Is that right? Gwen Well, Id rather be a film director. Thats my ambition and I like taking photos.

Mrs T-S Really? Well, come in! Sam Hey, its a big place! Matt I cant stand old houses. Im allergic to dust.

Sam Allergic to dust? Matt Yeah, and cats. I hate going near them. And I dont like dogs much either. Sam Dont you like any animals? Matt I dont mind goldfish. Theyre okay. Sam Well, theres a cat over there. Matt Oh no! And whos that strange guy with the beard? Sam I think hes one of the teachers. Matt Really? He looks scary. Sam Come on. Lets go in. Doug is friendly to Jasmin. Mrs Tyler-Smith has a good memory. Matt doesnt like the place.

Matt is allergic to goldfish. Id like to have acting classes at school. Arrange things to do this weekend, e. Use I prefer and Id rather. What would you like to do on Friday night? Would you like to go out or watch TV at home? Id rather go out because I prefer going to the cinema to watching TV.

Complete the Key Expressions from the dialogue with the words in the box. Listen to Mrs Tyler-Smith and complete the information about summer courses at Petergate. Breakfast from 1 to 2 3 Lunch at Dinner at 4 After-lunch concerts at 1. Do you like doing sport at school?

I cant stand sport, I prefer dancing. I dont mind PE classes and I like swimming. Closing times of facilities: Listen closely Listen to the extracts from Exercise 1. Which of these words can you hear in the sentences: Read the questions 16 at the beginning of the text.

Are they the same as your questions? Read the text about schools in the UK. Match the questions 16 with the correct replies ae. Two questions are answered in the same reply. Imagine you are moving to a school in another country. What do you want to know? Write two questions. Then compare your questions with a partner.

Keira, thirteen and Oliver fifteen are worrying about going to school in the UK.

The only one they know about is Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films! Can anyone answer our questions? Thanks for your help! Here, students start primary school when they are five and move to secondary school when they are eleven. At sixteen, students take public exams called General Certificate of Secondary Education. After GCSEs, students can leave school, do a course to prepare for a job or study for A level Advanced Level exams these are necessary for university entrance. We parents pay for school uniforms and things like rulers, calculators.

Also, schools charge for extras like school trips. About ninety per cent of British students go to a state school. I go to a comprehensive school and I study: English, maths , science, technology, history , geography, foreign languages, music, art, sport and citizenship. My school also has after-school clubs for swimming and drama. Bestboy Retiredheadteacher Most schools are comprehensive so they dont have an entrance exam.

Secondary schools usually have a uniform. Some schools have simple uniforms with, for example, a shirt, sweatshirt and a dark skirt or trousers. Other schools have more formal uniforms with jackets and ties. My school day is 8. We start with registration. Then we move about the school for different lessons. We have short breaks between lessons and a longer break at lunchtime. Some people eat in the school canteen but I take a packed lunch. Read the text again. Most British parents pay for their childrens education.

British students have to clean their classrooms. There are after-school activities. Nobody can leave school before they are sixteen. Everybody takes A level exams.

A lot of secondary schools dont have a uniform. Normally there arent any lessons at the weekend. Game Work in pairs. How much can you remember about British schools? Test your partner. Student A uses the text to ask questions. Students B closes the book and answers. Who pays for the students books? Their parents. The school pays for their books. Which do students take in your country? How do you a test? Do you plan your revision carefully or do it the night before?

Do you eat in your? Does your school extras like guitar lessons? Who your school equipment like pens, pencils, etc? My ideal school is near the sea. Its a day school for boys and girls. There isnt a uniform and there arent any rules. The school has got a music studio, an Olympic-size swimming pool and a computer for every student. Work in groups.

Read each others descriptions. Say what you like or dislike about your partners ideal schools. We have our chemistry lessons in a l. Our school has got three tennis c There is a football p. I get books from the school l. I want to take When Im ill, my mum takes of me. Id like to take karate or judo. When my neighbour is away, I take of his dog.

Hi, Alan. What 11 you do here? Shh, Fred, dont speak so loudly. I 12 revise for my exams. I often 13 come to the library. I sometimes 14 use the computers here. I 15 use my dads computer at home when my sister isnt on it! Where is she? I want to talk to her. She 16 play hockey. They 17 have a school competition this week.

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They always 18 have it at this time. Oh yes, I forgot about that. Anyway, why are you here? You hate studying. I 19 look for information for the quiz.

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They 20 ask a lot of geography questions and theres a good atlas here. S udy Help: Using your coursebook Find these things in New Challenges 3. Which are the most useful for you? Module Talk about your abilities and express opinions. Read about magicians and talented women. Listen to an interview and complete a form. Write an email to a friend. Learn about past t enses and auxiliaries.

Abilities Adjectives: I like talking in class discussions. I can read maps wel l and I have a good sense of directi on. I can remember songs very well.

I am good at sports. I like maths and science. I like making things with my hands. I like read ing and playing word games. I am good at doing logic puzzles. I am good at matching colours. I am a good singer. Read the texts a and b. Answer the questions. Which magician had a more difficult childhood?

Are the two magicians' tricks similar or different? He didn't have to work like Houdini because. In his shows in the s and s, he made the Statue of Liberty disappear, walked through the Great Wall of China. He was born in Hungary but his family moved to the USA when he was four. As a child, he had to work to h elp his family - he sold newspapers, cleaned shoes and performed tricks for money. He was only nine when he gave his first public show. Houdini's most famous acts were escapes.

He could open locks and handcuffs without a key. He learnt to open locks when he couldn't get an apple pie from his mother's locked cupboard! He escaped from boxes, underwater tanks and prisons all over the world.

Once he escaped from a straitjacket when he was hanging on a rope from a high building. Many people tried to copy him but they couldn't do his tricks. One man drowned when he was trying to escape from a milk tank. Name the tenses underlined in the sentences 1 He had to work to help his family. He could swim well. They couldn't do his tricks.

He didn 't have to work. Complete the text about two other magicians with the verbs in brackets in the Past Simple or Past Continuous.

Use the ideas below to make sentences about what you could, couldn 't, had to and didn't have to do when you were in primary school. David Blaine 1 was walkinq ' walk to his car when a poor man 2. Blaine 4 take a one-dollar note from the man. Read your sentences to your partner. Who had to help most at home? Who could do more fun things? Make two sentences, one true and one false, about things that happened to you last night.

Use the Past Continuous and the Past Simple. Howard Jay 7 ". On stage. Her boyfnend The audIence 12 watch them. Fortunately, she said, 'Yes'. I do any tricks after I broke my finger. I give a lot of shows to earn enough money. I had two assistants so I do everything myself, I download all my equipment because magicians only use their own things. Write the names of three famous scientists, travellers and writers from history.

Read the texts again. Are the sentences true T , false F or is there no information N I? Find the verbs in blue in the text. Complete the Word Builder with the correct prepositions. Lady Mary took her children to Turkey.

In the eighteenth century, most British people weren't inoculated against smallpox. At school, Rosalind Franklin didn 't enjoy science lessons. Rosalind Franklin was friends with Watson and Crick. Rosalind Franklin wasn't famous in her lifetime.

The Bronte sisters wrote about their own lives. The sisters had three brothers. The sisters' poems made them famous. Lady Ma ry Wortley Montagu, a British woman, lived '" Turkey at the beginning of th e eighteenth century. Whi le Lady Mary was living in 'Turkey, she learn t about how the Turkish people inocu lated their children against smallpox. Sma llpox was a terrible illness: Lady Mary's brother died of It and her face had smallpox scars.

At that time, there was no treatment for it in the U K so a doctor inoculated her children in Turkey. When she returned to the UK, she told everyone about the treatment. British doctors didn 't listen to her because she was a woman and the idea was foreign.

However, the king inoculated his children. Rosalind Franklin became interested in science when she was at school. She wanted to study science so she went to Cambridge University where she got a degree in chemistry.

At the beginning of the s, she was doi ng research into the stru cture of DNA. Two men, James Watson and Francis Crick, were working on the same problem.

When they realised that her photographs were sc ientific proof of the structure of the DNA molecule, they used her ideas to complete their research. Their discovery of the structure of DNA was one of the greatest scientific discoveries of the twentieth century. When she died of cancer at the age of thirty-eight, most people didn't know how important her work was. Sentence Builder When the sisters published their first book of poems, they sold only a few copies.

WhenlWhile Lady Mary was living in Turkey, she learnt about inoculation. In , three 'brothers', Currer, Elli s and Acton Bell, published thei r poems. Everyone though t the w ri ters were men but they were three sisters: Charl otte, Emily and Anne Bronte.

They used men's names because it was difficult for women to publish books at that time. When the sisters publi shed their first book of poems, they sold onl y a few copies. The young women used thei r experi ences in their books. For examp le, Charl otte wrote about her terrible experi ences at boarding school. People thought the books were shocking and nobody believed that women w rote them. Fi nall y, two of the sisters travelled to London to prove they weren't men.

Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words from Exercise 5. Lady Mary Wortley Montagu tmvellei to Turkey with her husband. Th e king inoculation f rom Lady Mary. The Bronte sisters the north of England with their father and brother. The sisters their experi ences in th eir novels. Rosalind Franklin the structure of DNA.

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She didn 't old age. Which of the women in the texts do you t hink is the most interest ing? What world famous wom en do you know from history? What women do you know about from your country's history?

What famous contemporary women do you most admire? Out Why are there still more famous male scientists, composers, artists and leaders nowadays? Which of these reasons do you think are most important? Answer on page Listen to jasmin, Matt, Sam and Gwen's auditions for a concert.

How well do you think they played? Give them a score out of five. Read and listen to the dialogue. Gwen Well, our room is really nice. By the way, what did you think about the audition this morning? No, I wasn 't. I knew before I started because I didn't have my lucky ring. Give your opinions and agree and disagree about the celebrities in Exercise 6.

Use these adjectives. German educationalist, Kurt Hahn, had the idea for the international colleges during the s Cold War. He believed that young people from all over the world, learning and living together, could help to build international understanding and world peace. UWC Atlantic College is a mixed boarding school and has students aged from sixteen to nineteen years old. It is more diverse than most schools: the students come from as many as eighty different countries.

Students dont wear a uniform and there are no compulsory sports or competitions between the houses. Every student must take up a voluntary activity for two afternoons or evenings a week.

UWC Atlantic College students can choose from a wide range of activities and services. For example, they can help with sea and beach rescue; work on the college farm where they learn to grow food and take care of the environment or organise activities for disabled children.

Studentsmove from a beginner level into secondary methodology which then prepares them for a more formal learning environment. Themes are: Get Readypage introduces topics first lessonpresents grammar through reading texts and practice second lessondevelops reading, presents vocabulary and practises speaking third lessondevelops the story with a focus on speaking and listening Across Cultureslessons with reading, speaking project work Your Challenge writing tasks and Understanding Grammarspots the end of every module has a language check and learner development spot Fact or Fictiontexts extend students' language by deciding whether information is true or false Time Outmagazine with fun activities like puzzles, games and reading for pleasure.

Picture Dictionary show more. Other books in this series. Add to basket. Transformations in Egyptian Journalism Naomi Sakr. Book 1 Cynthia A. Challenges 2 Cynthia A Boardman. Challenges Test Book 1 Patricia Mugglestone.

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