- Caszandra (Touchstone Book 3) Book Review and Ratings by Kids - Andrea K Höst
- Lab Rat One: Touchstone Part 2
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See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. USD 4. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Explore Now. Buy As Gift. Overview In the months since Cassandra Devlin walked off Earth onto another planet, she has grappled with everything from making blankets to helping psychics battle the memories of monsters. Test subject was not the career path Cass had been planning. Product Details About the Author.
About the Author A Swedish-born Australian writer working in fantasy and science fantasy. Average Review. Write a Review. Related Searches. Caszandra: Touchstone Part 3. The people across the street are always looking out of their window. They seem nosy.
The guy above me plays the drums too loud. It's irritat ing. Can you Msofum" your comnwnts? Then, listen and understand a conversation. Next, notice the strategy and find more examples. Finally, use the strategy in interactive and personalized practice. Then practice with a pa rtner. I always think ifs nice to socialize wit h the people you work wit h. I find I go out with friends almost e'erynight. I U ' not to get mo friendly with my neighbors. I enjoy maki ng new friends all the time. I spend most of my free time at horne by myself. It's good 10 spend some time at home, though.
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Caszandra (Touchstone Book 3) Book Review and Ratings by Kids - Andrea K Höst
It's important to get along with them, though. It's not good to spend too much time a lone. Though lsmeolthetop words. Do you agree wi th the responses? Complete the SCittences. OTho wonm' in thoooffcc 0,. She's is really nice. He"s kind nf easygoing. Write a reason u nder each picwre. J pa rt ner's questions abou t them. Lesson 0, after the first three units, focuses on reading and writing skills while providing additional listening and speaking activities.
Who arc they? What do you remember about them? Tell the class. What docs this Web site dn? Xl m panyHh. C"CII original r;. It :ttrr. Correc1 the false semcnccs. Gina didn't remember Ray Scars wlum he contacted her. Gina and Ray arc now married and starting a family. Ou can comact you r old friends for free. Tell your partner how it happened. B lil" Listen to Javier talk abott his friends. Does he want to get back in touch wit h them? Don't Yes No know Why did he lose touch?
Vhy did Javier lose touch with his friends? Complete the rest of the chart. Think about.
Lab Rat One: Touchstone Part 2
My circle of friends My best friend from high school Ronaldo is a friend I met on my first day of high school We sat next to each other in an class. Neither of us was 'Cry good at art. Bothofus arescience-fictionfans. We bolh likeqoinqtothemovies. Botllofus llkegoingtolflemovres. Neilherotus wasverygoodatart. Ask questions about your partner's friends. It allows students to customize their own vocabulary learning, working in class or at home. J such as"Rerauonships," "Going out," and il routines. Carry theflip padwithyou. What's important? Agree on the five most important things, and tell the class.
Relationships can be difficult. You need to be able to laugh sometimes. GI agree. I went out with aguy who didn't have a sense of humor, and it was boring.
Techtrivia Pair work SIUden! A: Ask your partner the ques! Hoi" many right answers can he or she gel? Then answer your partncr"s questions 1. Cau you tefl me what www stonds for? World Wide Web.
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Unit 7 2. Doyou know JVhat lfre world'smostvisrted Web siteis? He hdped me mow some furn i1urc las! The laime he went away. Canyoutell me what thepast tense of download1s? Carr you tell me lwwto spell database? Do you know who invented the World Wtde Web? I bet rou wNe mad.
Did ron complain to him abomit? UnitB Listentothecorwersation onpage4B. Laura andKaylaareatlama'sapartment. Circlethecorrect words 4. The cookies are lemon I ginger and chocolate. Unit6 A Track11 Listen to theconversationonpage Ramon and ling arelalkingonthephone. B Track12 Listen to theirconversationlaterthat evening. Ramon is at the gym. Ramon wants Ling to go to the seminar. Ling decides not to go to class on Saturday. Chen is talking about theguy who lives next to him. Theneighbor gave Chen akey to his apartment 3. Maria thinks it's good that neighbors canhelp eachother out.
Chen's neighbor needed his key at a. Chen complained to his neighbor. Chen is going to help his neighbor again next week. NicoleandCarlosaretalking oncampus. B T1ack 16 Listen to the rest of their conversation. Choose the 1ight answe1. Circle a or b. I will. But wair. That"s good. Icandoth31 Great. Wcdon"t hawoncret DdJra You need a singer?
Really' I used ro sing when I was in college Iiili 1cally? Weuscdto perfor marweddingsandpanies Hul YoumustheprPitygood! Cdin joinmgourh;orJt. Whcn do youpmc! Sunday morn ing. That "sollc timehenwe"rc dcfinitdy not ;osailable. Didrouhcarabomthat guyinour dass. Whathappcncd' '"'T Wcll hc wasgeninggas, andthen hewentinside! Aodwhenhecame uu1. Cdia You"rc kidditog! It is based on a sample of four and a half million words of conversation from the Cambridge International Corpus.
The most frequent word, I, is at the top of the list. I""" '"" even anything twenty -- those kids after 1"'"' over first ever probably does find him need care who us better put should hard years talking haven't sure last trying can't thought give pretty doesn't I'd gonna different problem stuff money else come long remember these used might by getting again into same pay went four try make every place than new part year everything let three many keep which before children home though anyway will most came nice tell six never being family only bit wasn't his house talk doing also made cause use hundred off through night I'll feel call Touchstone has benefited from extensive development research.
The authors and publishers would like to extend their particular thanks to the following reviewers, consultants, and piloters for their valuable insights and suggestions. The authors would also like to thank the editorial and production team: Sue Aldcorn, Sylvia P. In addition, the authors would like to thank Colin Hayes and Jeremy Mynatt for making the project possible in the first place. Most of all, very special thanks are due to Mary Vaughn for her dedication, support, and professionalism. Helen Sandiford would like to thank her family and especially her husband, Bryan Swan, for his support and love.
I've never done that! Unit 7 Relationships pages Unit 8 What if? Use the expression The thing is. What would you do? Let's take turns asking the questions. OK, who wants to go first? Do you want me to make the list? Should I write down the information this time? Do you know what the answer is? We're finished.
What should we do next? I'm stuck. Can you help me7 Would you mind checking my work? Let's compare answers. Let's exchange papers.
What does this say? Do you mean? I don't understand what this means. A challenge faced by many teachers is getting students speaking in the classroom. Speaking activities succeed when each student is involved, has many opportunities to speak, and is motivated to contribute. The following two classroom structures can be used with many classroom speaking tasks found in Touchstone Student's Books and many of the tasks suggested in Touchstone Teacher's Editions. These two structures ensure that students are not wasting valuable speaking time waiting for their turn.
Each pair or group is actively working towards a shared goal. Think-pair-share Kagan, Use This structure can be used with any critical thinking or personalization task where students have a question or problem to respond to. How it works Have students form pairs. Pose a question such as ones in Touchstone Student's Book 3 e. Give students a designated amount of time, such as thirty seconds, to think through their response individually and rehearse the language they will use to answer.
When time is up, have students turn to their partner and take turns sharing their responses. Pairs then share their answers in one of these ways: Variation 1: Have students report their partner's answers to another pair. Variation 2: Have pairs share their answers with a larger group, or with the entire class. RoundTable Kagan, Use This structure can be used for brainstorming, practicing, or reviewing. This person reviews the task to be done. The leader makes sure that group members stay on task and can indicate when the next person in the group should respond such as when one student is talking too much and others too little.
This person writes down the information that relates to doing the task e. Secretaries can ask group members to repeat what they said or read out what they wrote for group members to confirm. This person tries to get all Ss to respond fully, encouraging the reluctant member to say more. This person can check for a specific language point and remild other students of the point: "Remember the rule for what comes after the verb want:. Have students repeat one role several times until they feel comfortable with it.
Also, have students evaluate their performance of the role and discuss any problems they had doing it. Assign a group task, such as Touchstone Student's Book 3, Exercise 3 on p. Students in the group take turns responding. The leader can start the responding, and it can continue clockwise. Kagan, Dr.
The lesson contrasts adverbs with adjectives. Not all words ending in -ly are adverbs e. Adverbs of manner are commonly used after action verbs. They describe how things are done or how things happen. He drives carefully. She sings well. The adjectives are often modified by intensifying adverbs such as extremely or totally e. The most frequent -ly adverbs of manner in conversation- quickly, easily, differently, automatically, slowly, properly, badly, strongly, and carefully- are all in the top 4, words.
Grammar Adjectives See Student's Book p. They often come before nouns. They also come after the verb be and similar verbs see below for more information on this type of verb.
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On her last day of high school, Cassandra Devlin walks out of exams and into a forest. Surrounded by the wrong sort of trees and animals never featured in any nature documentary, Cass is only sure of one thing: Alone, she will be lucky to survive. The sprawl of abandoned, blockish buildings Cass discovers offers her only more puzzles.
Where are the people? What is the intoxicating mist that drifts off the buildings in the moonlight? And why does she feel like she's being watched? Increasingly unnerved, Cass is overjoyed at the arrival of the formidable Setari. Whisked into a world as technologically advanced as the first is primitive, where nanotech computers are grown inside people's skulls, and few have any interest in venturing outside the enormous white stone cities, Cass finds herself processed as a "stray", a refugee displaced by the gates torn between worlds.
Struggling with an unfamiliar language and culture, she must adapt to virtual classrooms, friends who can teleport, and the ingrained attitude that strays are backward and slow.