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Focus on Success PLUS lst das Lehrwerk Focus Aufbau des Lehrwerks:
on Success - Erweiterte Ausgabe 3 rd edition ab. Es FOCUS: Hinf hrung zum Thema durch visuelle
ist fr Lernende und Unterrichtende an Fachober - Sprechanlsse.
schulen, Berufsoberschulen und Beruflichen Gym- A - WORDS IN CONTEXT: Intensive
nasien konzipiert Das Lehrwerk baut auf dem MSA Wortschatzerarbeitung anhand eines Textes, der
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B - HANDLUNGSSITUATION und TEXT 1 : Die
dem Kompetcnzstrukturmodcll fr moderne Fremd-
Schlerinnen und Schler werden in mehreren
sprachen (KMK Bildungsstandards), welches neben
5 teps durch eine realistische Lernsituation
den Kommunikativen Kompetenzen (Kommunika -
gefhrt. Dabei schpfen sie einen Text fr
tive Fertigkeiten, Verfgen ber sprachliche Mittel)
relevante Informationen aus und nutzen die
die Bereiche Interkulturelle Kompetenz, Text- und
Ergebnisse f r ein Handlungsprodukt. (Im B-Teil
Medienkompetenz sowie Methodische Kompetenz
der letzten beiden Units wird zugunsten der
abdeckt. Focus on Success PLUS gewhrleistet die
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Format abgewichen.)
im Sinne eines vernetzten Lernens.
C - TEXT 2: Systematisches Training pr fungs -
Das Lehrwerk besteht aus zwlf Kapiteln, die die relevanter Kompetenzen.
Anforderungen des LehrplanPLUS vollstndig G D - FURTHER ACTIVITIES: bungen zur
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realittsnahen Handlungssituationen zum Erwerb G E - GRAMMAR CHECK: Training f r den Um-
der vielschichtig vernetzten Kompetenzen und die gang mit typischen sprachlichen Problemen
vielen pr fungsrelevanten Aufgabenstellungen
Der Anhang enthlt folgende Teile:
bereitet Focus on Success PLUS umfassend auf
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Ein vielfltiges Angebot an authentischen Mate- Skills training: Anwendungsbezogene Leit-
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der Schlerinnen und Schler, die dadurch befhigt Themen sind z. B. Wie man aus seinen Fehlern
werden, gehrte, gesehene und gelesene Texte lernt" oder Wie man /Wu//p /e- Cho/ce-Aufgaben
sowohl zu verstehen als auch selbst mndlich und lst". Einige Themen enthalten zustzliche
schriftlich zu produzieren. Jeweils zwei themenbezo- Aufgaben.
gene, authentische Texte frdern das Leseverstehen B Grammar summary
der Schlerinnen und Schler, ansprechende Audio- Unit word list: Whrend den Vokabelanmerkun-
und Videomaterialien frdern das Hr-/Hrseh- gen unter den Texten in erster Linie rezeptive
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realittsnahem Situations- und Adressatenbezug. empfiehlt es sich, mit dieser Liste zu lernen.
Zudem enth lt jedes Kapitel Themenstellungen A-Z word list, Irregular verbs, False friends
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im Anhang (Files for differentiation ), w hrend Auf- die Schlerinnen und Schler in motivierender und
gaben mit dem Symbol Q fr leistungstrkere bzw. herausfordernder Weise auf Begegnungen mit der
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Free time was the most precious time, when you should be doing what you loved, or at least
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2 Which collocations with the word "leisure" can you find in the text?
3 Note down two negative expressions used to describe leisure in the text .
4 Note down five positive aspects of leisure in the text

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Explain to a partner the meaning of:
1 couch potato (1. 18) 2 all work and no play (II. 39-40)

WORD FAMILIES
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There is one way to stay 1 ( health ) and that is by 2 ( participation ) in leisure activities
Any leisure 3 ( pursue) is rewarding, whether it is passive or active, as long as you do it regularly
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guarantees real 5 (satisfy). But leisure is not just about fooling around with friends, playing
soccer or watching sport on TV. You can derive pleasure from 6 (voluntary) for a 7 (charitable )
as well as from singing in a choir. No leisure activity can be called a 8 ( wasteful ) of time if it
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5 Pursuing free-time activities (nach Herzenslust) doesn't only make you happy but also
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