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Global English Learner’s Book Volume 2
Book Title Global English Learners Book Volume 2
Book AuthorCaroline Linse and Elly Schottman
Total Pages144
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Global English Learner’s Book Volume 2


Welcome to Cambridge Global English Stage 2

Cambridge Global English is an eight-stage course for learners of English as a Second Language (ESL). The eight stages range from the beginning of primary (Stages 1-6) to the end of the first two years of junior secondary (Stages 7-8).

It is ideal for all international ESL learners, and particularly for those following the Cambridge Primary/Secondary English as a Second Language Curriculum Framework, as it has been written to adhere to this framework. It also presents realistic listening and reading texts, writing tasks, and end-of-unit projects similar to those students might encounter in the context of a first-language school.

These elements provide teachers with the opportunity to tailor the level of challenge to meet the needs of their particular students. The course is organised into nine thematic units of study which include a range of activities, text types and objectives.

Cambridge Global English materials are aligned with the Common European Framework of Reference. The materials reflect the following principles:

An international focus. Specifically developed for young learners throughout the world, the topics and situations in Cambridge Global English have been selected to reflect this diversity and encourage learning about each other’s lives through the medium of English. An enquiry-based, language-rich approach to learning.

Cambridge Global English engages children as active, creative learners. At the same time as participating in a range of curriculum-based activities, they can acquire content knowledge, develop critical thinking skills and practise English language and literacy.

English for educational success. To meet the challenges of the future, learners will need to develop facility with both conversational and more formal English. From the earliest stage, Cambridge Global English addresses both these competencies. Emphasis is placed on developing the listening, speaking, reading and writing skills learners will need to be successful in using English-language classroom materials.

In addition to this Learner’s Book, Cambridge Global English Activity Book 2 provides supplementary support and practice. Comprehensive support for teachers is available in Cambridge Global English Teacher’s Resource 2.

The following icons are used in this Learner’s Book:

  • pre-recorded listening activity
  • pre-recorded song and class singing activity pairwork or small group speaking activity (not mediated by teacher)
  • Write in notebook activity
  • linking activity in Activity Book cross-curricular maths activity cross-curricular science activity.

Book Contents

  • Good neighbours People and places in the community 34-47
  • Ready, steady, go! Extended family 48-61
  • Places in the world
  • Jobs
  • Shops
  • Ordinal numbers
  • Left, right
  • A lot of
  • Action verbs
  • Parts of the body Numbers 1-20
  • Feelings (adjectives) 62-75
  • The big sky Weather 76-89
  • Let’s count and measure 90-103
  • Bugs: Fact and fiction 104-117
  • Our green earth 118-131
  • Home, sweet home 132-143
  • Inside and outside cities
  • Shadows
  • Day and night: Sun, moon, stars, planets
  • Time phrases: Yesterday, in the morning, at night
  • Movement verbs
  • Numbers 1-100
  • How many? How far? How long?
  • Metres, centimetres
  • Shapes
  • Tell time to the hour
  • Insects and spiders
  • Parts of insects (wings, legs, antennae)
  • Action verbs
  • Parks, leisure time
  • Parts of a tree
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Environmental issues
  • Would you like… I’d/We’d like… How about…?
  • What does mean?
  • Parts of a building
  • Kinds of homes
  • Climates (hot, cold, warm, cool, wet, dry)
  • Rooms and furnishings
  • Animal homes
  • Construction materials
  • What is it made of?
  • Buildings and other city words
  • Holiday places and leisure activities
  • Food and drink
  • Opposites
  • Use of English
  • Singular/plural nouns
  • There is/are…
  • Present simple
  • Possessive pronouns (mine, yours)
  • Genitive’s
  • have got+noun
  • like+ -ing
  • Which one?/the-one
  • Present continuous
  • Question forms
  • Present simple 3rd person endings: -s, -es
  • Irregular plurals
  • Prepositions of location
  • Imperatives
  • Can/can’t for ability
  • Adverbs: slowly, quickly
  • Conjunctions: and, but, or
  • Determiners: all, most, some
  • I like/don’t like + verb + -ing
  • Past simple regular (-ed) and irregular forms
  • Past simple of be
  • Past simple question forms
  • Time expressions: in the morning/ afternoon/evening; at night
  • Past simple regular and irregular forms
  • Countable and uncountable nouns with some, a/an
  • What (a)+ adj.+ noun!
  • When-clause
  • Prepositions: above, under, near, on
  • Determiners: all, some, most
  • Subject/verb agreement
  • Regular and irregular past tense
  • How, What, How many, Do/Does?
  • -ing forms as nouns (no + -ing form)
  • Must/mustn’t with rules/instructions
  • Can for permission
  • Will for future intentions/promises
  • Determiners: this, these, that, those
  • Present perfect
  • have+ object + infinitive
  • Have you ever…?
  • Let’s and How about+ -ing for suggestions
  • Would you like_or_? I’d like…
  • Too to add information.
  • Will for future intention
  • Where/what would you like to…?
  • Comparative adjectives: -er and more + adjective; better
  • Expressing agreement/disagreement: So do I! I don’t
  • Reading/Writing
  • Poems/songs
  • Information text
  • Write personal information
  • Write about your school
  • Write an original song verse
  • Use a capital letter and full stop
  • Poems/songs
  • Information text
  • Write a friendly letter
  • Report information from an interview
  • Write instructions collaboratively
  • Poems/songs
  • Information text
  • Play: Native American tale
  • Write information about birds
  • Write an original song verse
  • Write a riddle
  • Poems/songs
  • Information text
  • Read and follow instructions
  • Write informational sentences
  • Report interview information (past tense)
  • Poems and song
  • Information text
  • Traditional stories from India and Africa
  • Write personal information
  • Write a new verse
  • Poems/songs
  • Information text
  • Traditional story from Mexico
  • Story elements: Plot (story map)
  • Describe insects and what they do
  • Write questions
  • Poems/songs
  • Information text
  • Write promises/intentions
  • Write a poem
  • Write your autobiography
  • Poems
  • Narrative song
  • Information text
  • Information from diagrams
  • Write descriptions of things
  • Narrative writing (retell story)
  • Poems/songs
  • Information text
  • Fable from Aesop (contemporary retelling)
  • Write a poem (haiku)
  • Write a picture caption (stating and explaining a preference)
  • Picture dictionary Review of vocabulary and themes
  • Listening/Speaking
  • Listen for information
  • Follow instructions
  • Ask and answer questions
  • Collaborative problem solving
  • Memory games
  • Ask about an unknown word
  • Listen for information
  • Ask for, give and follow directions
  • Roleplay + guessing game
  • Interviews
  • School subjects
  • Maths: Counting
  • Using a contents page
  • Using a dictionary
  • Social studies: Communities
  • Geography: Reading maps, using a map grid
  • Phonics/Word study
  • Letter names and sounds
  • Vowels and consonants
  • Sounds: sh, ch, th
  • Short vowel sounds in initial and middle position
  • Spelling dictation
  • Compound words
  • Occupation words ending with -er singer, writer, etc.
  • Prefix un-
  • Critical thinking/Values
  • What can you find in a book?
  • Classifying
  • Main ideas and details
  • Values: Taking care of books and school supplies (responsibility, respect)
  • Who lives in your neighbourhood?
  • Asking interview questions Interpreting maps
  • Values: In a caring community, people help each other
  • Listen to and give instructions
  • Discuss likes and dislikes
  • Discuss and act out poems, song, and play
  • Listen for information
  • Ask/answer questions
  • Partner interviews
  • Discuss and act out poems and song
  • Listen for information
  • Memory games
  • Science: Different bird species; interpreting a chart
  • Maths: Counting
  • Physical education: Moving different parts of the body
  • Science: Shadows; weather, day and night; earth, moon, sun and planets
  • Long vowel sounds and spellings: al, ay, silent e
  • Long / spellings: i, igh
  • Rhyming words
  • Spelling dictation
  • Compound words
  • Ask/answer questions
  • Maths: Counting in 2s; measuring, completing chart, telling the time
  • Homophones
  • Discuss and act out poems, songs, and stories
  • Listen for information
  • Ask/answer questions
  • Discuss and act out poems, songs, and stories
  • Insect game
  • Listen for information
  • Give/follow instructions
  • Ask/answer questions
  • Discuss and apply information
  • Discuss and act out poems and song
  • Listen for information
  • Share information
  • Make decisions and choices
  • Recite and discuss poems and song
  • Listen for information
  • Recognise speaker’s opinion
  • Problem solving
  • Discuss preferences
  • Roleplay: Ask for food and drink
  • Discuss and act out poem, song, and story
  • Count syllables
  • Variant sounds of c
  • How can we move in different ways?
  • Comparing and contrasting
  • Classifying
  • Values: Teamwork; an active life style keeps us healthy and happy
  • What is the sky like?
  • Making and using a sundial
  • Comparing and contrasting
  • Values: Appreciating and learning about the natural world
  • How do we use numbers?
  • Problem solving
  • Sequencing
  • Estimating
  • Values: We can work together to help ourselves learn
  • How are bugs special?
  • Classifying
  • Comparing
  • Study skills
  • Graphic organisers
  • Values: Appreciating and learning about the natural world
  • How can we care for the earth?
  • Problem solving
  • Sequencing
  • Study skills
  • Values: We are responsible for taking care of the earth
  • What kinds of homes do people and animals build?
  • Collaborative learning
  • Values: Homes offer shelter and safety. Homes around the world are both similar and unique
  • What can we do in the town and countryside?
  • Comparing
  • Supporting an opinion with reasons
  • Values: Respecting different opinions and preferences
  • Words and expressions
  • Books and parts of a book
  • Classroom objects
  • Numbers 1-15
  • Clothes and personal possessions
  • What is it about?
  • How do you spell…?
  • How do you say in English?

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