Sky High

Sky High 1 Practice Online

Sky High 1

ISBN 9780230725577

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This course accompanies 'Sky High 1'. There are 12 units, each matching a student's book unit. There is a review syllabus item every other unit, to match the Checkpoint sections in the student's book. Resources are grouped into four categories: Building Grammar, Building Vocabulary, Listening Development and Pronunciation Practice.

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

  • develop language skills for real-life situations
  • practise pronunciation and listening skills
  • improve grammar and vocabulary for everyday use
  • review and reinforce language points covered in class

Key features

  • twelve units with six checkpoints to review progress
  • 150 resources cover practical language skills for everyday use
  • includes listening, grammar and vocabulary exercises
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Syllabus details

  1. Meeting people
    1. The verb to be
    2. Alphabet rap
  2. Introductions
    1. Conference introductions
    2. Small talk
  3. Join the club
    1. Letters and numbers
    2. First day in the office
  4. Lifeline to learning English
    1. How do you spell ...?
    2. Classroom objects
  5. Around the world
    1. What language do they speak?
    2. Word stress
    3. Who are you?
  6. People at work
    1. Jobs
    2. Stress patterns
    3. Syllable stress
    4. Memory
  7. New people
    1. Contractions of the verb to be
    2. Be: simple present affirmative
    3. Be: simple present negative
    4. Be: simple present interrogative
  8. Lifeline to the Internet
    1. School open house
    2. To be or not to be?
  9. Checkpoint 1
    1. Sorry I'm late
    2. Cell phone numbers
    3. The Neighborhood
  10. An international conference
    1. Hotel check-in
    2. Checking in at the Riverside Hotel
    3. Meet my family
    4. Subject pronouns
  11. Urban ecology
    1. A mail carrier's day
    2. An interview with Pete
    3. What does Mrs. Bari do?
  12. An unusual job
    1. My job
    2. Interview with Maria
  13. Lifeline to ecotourism
    1. A trip to Vancouver, Canada
  14. Famous faces
    1. My family and I
    2. Describing people
  15. Family connections
    1. The family tree
    2. Family relationships
    3. This is my family
    4. Possessives
  16. Dream date
    1. Completing forms
    2. Dislikes
    3. The same but different
    4. Do you like that?
  17. Lifeline to astrology
    1. Days of the week
    2. Numbers
  18. Checkpoint 2
    1. Likes and dislikes
    2. What sports do you like?
    3. Family life
  19. Student dormitory life
    1. Furniture and appliances
    2. My bedroom
  20. Change of address
    1. Houses
    2. There is, there are
  21. Lifestyles
    1. Countable and uncountable nouns
    2. A, some, any
    3. In my room
  22. Lifeline to design
    1. Who lives there?
  23. Contrasts
    1. Interview with a TV director
    2. I do aerobics
    3. Sally's sports schedule
  24. Time rules, OK?
    1. What time is it?
    2. Max's day
    3. The water sports center
  25. Talent
    1. Can for ability
    2. Can you do this?
    3. Vowel sounds
  26. Lifeline to recreation
    1. What's your hobby?
    2. Talking about hobbies
  27. Checkpoint 3
    1. My house
    2. Beach life
    3. Daily routine
    4. Robot Rescue Dog
  28. Vacations
    1. What's the weather like?
    2. The weather forecast
    3. Vacations
  29. Getting ready
    1. What color is it?
    2. My favorite clothes
    3. Present progressive
    4. Where in the world ... ?
  30. Final destination
    1. Robert's sports schedule
    2. Simple present vs. present progressive
    3. Simple present and present progressive
    4. People and activities
  31. Lifeline to meteorology
    1. Memory
    2. The weather where you are
  32. Places of interest
    1. Prepositions of place 3
    2. Directions
    3. Syllable count
  33. Plans for the weekend
    1. Following instructions
    2. Suggestions with Let's
  34. Airport problems
    1. Countable vs. uncountable nouns: definition and contrast
    2. Countable and uncountable nouns
    3. Quantifiers
  35. Lifeline to urban planning
    1. Places and buildings
    2. Where's the bank?
  36. Checkpoint 4
    1. Is there a bank on this street?
    2. Negative forms of present tenses
    3. Robot Wars
    4. I don't like the color!
  37. Good food
    1. Fruit, vegetable, dairy or meat?
    2. Breakfast all over the world
  38. Hungry?
    1. What's on the menu?
    2. Restaurants and eating out
    3. Questions and short answers with was and were
  39. What was your favorite restaurant?
    1. Were you sick?
    2. Eating out
  40. Lifeline to health
    1. Healthy eating
    2. Food around the U.S.A.
  41. Personal history
    1. Cabinda's life
    2. Dates and times
    3. Working in Philadelphia
    4. Prepositions of place 2
  42. Life changes
    1. Simple past
    2. Simple past
    3. Last winter ...
  43. Romance and tragedy
    1. Two stories
    2. Things to do
    3. What's the question?
  44. Lifeline to culture studies
    1. Children's literature
  45. Checkpoint 5
    1. All about you
    2. Different hobbies
    3. Agent 700
    4. Prepositions of time
  46. A busy week
    1. A busy day at work
    2. What did you do last weekend?
    3. School mornings
  47. Famous lives
    1. Where did you go?
    2. Questions in the simple past
    3. Simple past
  48. Epic journeys
    1. On vacation
    2. Wh- questions: subject
    3. Wh- questions: object
  49. Lifeline to history
    1. Art galleries online
  50. Life events
    1. Meeting a celebrity
    2. Where did you go?
  51. Making plans
    1. Booking a vacation
    2. A working vacation
    3. Just relax!
  52. Reunions
    1. Traveling for work
    2. Pret a Porter
  53. Lifeline to continuing English
    1. In another country
    2. Learning English
  54. Checkpoint 6
    1. Jack's busy week
    2. Life on a desert island
    3. Tell me about your weekend
    4. China Times
    5. Astro Explorer - Easy