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A In your copy, go investigate. 1. What item do you need to build your house upon? 2. What is the bottom row of bricks called? 3. What must you leave space for when building the exterior walls? 4. What Lego pieces could you use for a removable roof? 5. Describe what the finishing touches might be.


B In your copy, give your opinion. 1. Why is it important to plan your house design?


2. What are the benefits of open-plan living as against separate living spaces? What would not be good about open-plan living?


3. Why does a house need a chimney? 4. Why would a hinged roof be a good idea? 5. Would you like to be an architect? What skills would you need?


C Vocabulary


Using the words below, write descriptive sentences about houses, e.g. The crumbling hovel was painted stony-grey and had a ghostly feeling when you reached the staircase. Size


Texture


enormous poky


compact large tiny


dusty mossy bare


rough cob-webbed kitchen living Colour


olive-green frosty-blue blood-red


snowy-white coal-black


terraced Attributes


eerie cheerful ancient cosy silent


D Cloze procedure: ‘Crowded House’. Fill in the blanks. crowded


television


My great-grandfather lived in a two-bed house with a


much Objects


doors roof


windows arches walls


stories house in the early 1900s. It was a


cold and dilapidated. There were ten people was rampant in the


electricity. They played cards and told conditions. There was no were happy with what they had, even though they did not have


, a small living room and a toilet. It was damp, in the house. Disease or


to pass the time. The children .


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Unit 4 | Procedure 2


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