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SUMARY ENGLISH PRESENTATION

LESSON 1 - Classroom Talk..............................................................................5 Useful Classroom Language......................................................................5 LESSON 2 - Greetings....................................................................................9 The Alphabet / Verb To Be / Introducing oneself.............................................. 11 LESSON 3 - Numbers................................................................................... 11 Numbers............................................................................................. 13 LESSON 4 - Into the classroom....................................................................... 14 School objects / Demonstrative Pronouns / Indefinite Articles /near x far............... 15 LESSON 5 - The Closet................................................................................. 17 Clothing .............................................................................................. 15 LESSON 6 - What time is it? Telling the Time...................................................... 21 LESSON 7 - Colors....................................................................................... 23 Falta Completar..................................................................................... 23 LESSON 8 - The Seasons............................................................................... 26 LESSON 9 - Family...................................................................................... 28 LESSON 10 - Nine Lives................................................................................ 29 ......................................................................................................... 30

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ENGLISH PRESENTATION Parkour is the physical discipline of training to overcome any obstacle. We hope that mastering a second language takes you to a future full of accomplishments and success.

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LESSON 1

CLASSROOM TALK

Useful Language Excuse me. Could you repeat that please? How do you say “______________” in English? How do you spell “_____________”? What does “____________” mean? It’s hot in here! Could you turn on the Air Conditioner? (also called AC)

Can you give me an example? May I go to the bathroom?

What’s the answer for number…

May I drink some water?

Can you speak slowlier?

May I come in?

How do you pronounce this word?

May I go out or May I leave?

I don’t understand.

It’s cold here! Could you turn off the Air Conditioner?

Pair work

Open your books on page...

Group work

Say after me please

Oral activity

In unisson Thank you. You're welcome.

Reading activity Writing activity Roleplay

The Alphabet

Spelling Race – Follow your teacher's instructions

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LESSON 1 - EXTENSION

CLASSROOM TALK 2-Spell out these words:

1-Unscramble: 1. I in Excuse May me come ? ________________________________________ 2. Say “...” do in English you How ? ________________________________________ 3. please you repeat Can that? ________________________________________ 4. work Group ________________________________________ 5. work Pair ________________________________________

1.Umbrella 2.Unisson 3.Slowlier 4.Thank 5.Memobook 6.Mister 7.Misses 8.Teacher 9.Student 10.Roleplay 11.Pair work

3-Hangman:

6. books your Open ________________________________________ 7. name, my is Hello ... ________________________________________ 8. toilet to I go the May ? ________________________________________ 9. “umbrella” pronounce you How do ________________________________________ 10. you slowlier please Can speak ? ________________________________________

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LESSON 1 - HOME WORK

CLASSROOM TALK

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LESSON 2

IT’S NICE TO MEET YOU

Oral Practice Greetings

Saying hello. Hello. Good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening. Good morning, Mr. Thomas. Hello, Mrs. Malcon.    

Saying good-bye.   Bye. Bye-bye. Good-bye. Have a nice day. See you tomorrow. Good night. Good-bye, Miss Whatson. Good night, Ms Oneal.

Verb to be Full

Contracted

I am You are He is She is It is We are They are

I’m You’re He’s She’s It’s We’re They’re

Interrogative Am I? Are you? Is he? Is she? Is it? Are we? Are they?

Negative I am not You are not He is not She is not It is not We are not They are not

Contracted I ain’t You aren’t (singular and plural) He isn’t She isn’t It isn’t We aren’t They aren’t

Talk to your classmate introducing yourself to him.

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Let’s Sing

Circle the greetings

You say yes, I say no. You say stop and I say go go go, oh no. You say goodbye and I say hello Hello hello I don't know why you say goodbye, I say hello Hello hello I don't know why you say goodbye, I say hello. I say high, you say low. You say why and I say I don't know, oh no. You say goodbye and I say hello (Hello Goodbye Hello Goodbye) hello hello (Hello Goodbye) I don't know why you say goodbye, I say hello (Hello Goodbye Hello Goodbye) hello hello (Hello Goodbye) I don't know why you say goodbye (Hello Goodbye) I say hello Why why why why why why do you Say goodbye goodbye, oh no? You say goodbye and I say hello Hello hello I don't know why you say goodbye, I say hello Hello hello I don't know why you say goodbye, I say hello.

You say yes (I say "yes") I say no (but I may mean no.) You say stop (I can stay) and I say go go go (till it's time to go ) You say goodbye and I say hello Hello hello I don't know why you say goodbye, I say hello Hello hello I don't know why you say goodbye, I say hello Hello hello I don't know why you say goodbye, I say hello hello.

Hello, Goodbye (The beatles)

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LESSON 2 - EXTENSION

IT’S NICE TO MEET YOU

1-Odd man out:

Rewrite the sentences using words from the box.

1.She_____a nice girl. (affirmative) 2.She _____new in town. (negative)

meet | to | student | new | they | these is | new | Are | eleven | are | thanks

3._____you two classmates? (interrogative) 4.Yes, we _____in the same class. (affirmative)

1.Nice to bike you. __________________________________

5.He _____in my group. (negative) 6.____ he here?(interrogative)

2.Nice seven meet you too. __________________________________ 3.I am a book. __________________________________

3-Listening:

4.You are a green student. __________________________________

1-________________________________________

5.Are frogs students here? __________________________________ 6.T.Vs aren’t our classmates. __________________________________ 7.She apple your new teacher. __________________________________

2-________________________________________ 3-________________________________________ 4-________________________________________ 5-________________________________________ 6-________________________________________

8.We are color students. __________________________________ 9.Pet you my classmate? __________________________________ 10.I am eggs years old. __________________________________ 11.How dog you? __________________________________ 12.I am fine, red and you? __________________________________

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LESSON 2 - HOME WORK

IT’S NICE TO MEET YOU

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LESSON 3

NUMBERS

Let’s practice numbers One - Two - Three - Four - Five Six - Seven - Eigth - Nine - TenZero

eleven / twelve / thirteen / fourteen / fifteen / sixteen seventeen / eighteen / nieteen / twenty / twenty-one twenty-two...

thirty / fourty / fifty / sixty / seventy / eighty / ninety one hundred / one thousand

Ask your friends their telephone numbers and create a phonebook Model Name: Alex Silva Phone: #99558899 Email: alex@downbrown.com at

dot

Address: Green Ave 12

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LESSON 3 - EXTENSION

NUMBERS

1-Write and say these numbers

2.-Underline true or false for the phone numbers a) 4832 5067 true/false

four-eight-three-two, five-oh-six-seven

b) 5541 2332 true/false

five-five-four-one, two-double-three-two

b)240 ________________________________________

c) 2465 1054 true/false

two-four-seven-five, one-zero-five-four

c)228

d) 9251 6628 true/false

nine-two-five-one, double-six-two-eight

a)1.988 ________________________________________

________________________________________ d)5.118 ________________________________________

3- Are you good at math? Read it aloud and write the results in full:

e)1.971

a) 1X3=_ ___________________________________________

________________________________________

b) 10-10=___________________________________________

f)763

c) 10-3=____________________________________________

________________________________________ g)12

d) 15/5=_ __________________________________________

________________________________________

e) 2X4=_ ___________________________________________

h)28

f) 3X3=_____________________________________________

________________________________________

g) 15/3=____________________________________________

i)170 ________________________________________ j)2.345 ________________________________________

+ plus / divided by X multiplied by or times - minus = equals

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NUMBERS

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LESSON 4

INTO THE CLASSROOM

ERASER / DESK – STUDENT / CLASSROOM /SCHOOL / PENCIL / BOOK RULER / SCHOOLBAG /PEN /CRAYON /NOTEBOOK / TABLET / WALLET CHAIR / TABLE / BLACKBOARD

Grammar hints! This -> singular, near These -> plural, near

That -> singular, far Those -> plural, far

is = é, está = singular are = são, estão = plural

This is (singular/near) That is (singular/far) These are (plural/near)

Those are (plural/far)

The kids are near the toys. That boat is far from the beach.

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Activity:

1- Complete with is this / are these / this is / these are / are those / those are A- What __________? _______a bike. (1bike /near) B- What_________? _______skates.(2 skates/ far) C- What_________? _______a tablet. (1 tablet/near) D- What ________? _________kittens. (many kittens/ near) E- _________beautiful girls. (2 girls/far) F- ________ a nice shirt. (1 shirt / near) G-________all my best friends.(people/near) H- ________my niece. (girl/far)

Use a before consonant sounds an before vowel sounds! E.g. an eraser an hour an English book a schoolbag a laptop a university

Video Activity: You will watch two videos about school life.

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(a / an = um, uma)


English Presentation Let’s talk about it:

a)What can you see in video #1? Where are the kids? b)And how about video #2? Where are they? c)Describe the fist classroom atmosphere. d)Talk about the second school, what can you see in the video? e)On the second video the boys start the game in silence. What do you imagine they are thinking? f)In which school would you like to be now? Why/why not the other?

USEFUL LANGUAGE Prepositions: on / in front of / under / behind / next to / in / near / far / beside/ between/ among

Where’s my I-pod? Student A asks and student B answers.

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LESSON 4 - EXTENSION

INTO THE CLASSROOM

Oral Activity: Say these words, do you use a or an? eraser - desk – student - classroom – school – pencil sharpener – book ruler – schoolbag – pencil case – pen – mechanical pencil – crayon notebook – computer – tablet – wallet - chair – table – blackboard

Use prepositions: 1. My umbrella is xxxxxx the desk. _______________________________________________ 2. The mechanical pencil is xxxx the schoolbag. _______________________________________________ 3. Where's the tablet? It is xxxx the drawer. _______________________________________________ 4.My classmate is xxx the blackbord. _______________________________________________ 5. I am xxxx friends. _______________________________________________ 6.You are xxxx the teacher and the desk. _______________________________________________

Listening 1- _____________________________________________ 2-_____________________________________________ 3-_____________________________________________ 4-_____________________________________________ 5-_____________________________________________ 6-_____________________________________________

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Watch the clip and underline the prepositions you find! Up-side-down Upside down Upside down My grades are down from A´s to D´s I´m way behind in history I've lost myself in fantasies Of you and me together I don´t know why - I - I - I - I but dream is all I do I won´t get by -y -y- on mere imagination Upside down Bouncing off the ceiling Inside out Stranger to this feeling Got no clue what I should do I´d go crazy if I can´t get next to you To you My teacher says to concentrate So what his name was Peter the Great The kings and queens will have to wait Cuz I don´t have forever I wish that I - I - I could walk right up to you Each time I try -y -y the same old hesitation

Upside down Bouncing off the ceiling Inside out Stranger to this feeling Got no clue what I should do I´d go crazy if I can´t get next to you To you Somehow, someway You will love me too One day will be the day when all my dreams come true (Girl laughs) Up (yeah!) Side down Whooooooooa Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah Upside down Bouncing Off the ceiling Inside out Stranger to this feeling Got no clue what I should do I'll go crazy if I can´t get next to you Upside down Bouncing Off the ceiling Inside out Stranger to this feeling Got no clue what I should do I'd go crazy if I can´t get next to...... and I'd go crazy if I can't get next to and I'd go crazy if I can't get next to you

Upside Down (A-Teens)

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LESSON 4 - HOME WORK

INTO THE CLASSROOM

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LESSON 5

THE CLOSET

Let’s talk about our clothes What are we wearing today? What do we wear every day?

Say these words: skirt | dress | jacket | purse | umbrella shirt | cap | pants | plain | bermudas shorts | tie | socks | sweater | apron blouse | t-shirt | coat | stockings | jeans checked | shoes | sandals | flip-flops sneakers | flowered | scarf| belt | hat

Take notes on what your classmate is wearing today

The Guessing Game: Follow Your Teacher's Instructions

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Review Activity: This is | Is This | That in | Is that | These are Are these | Those are | Are those a)____________my new sneakers. (near) b)___________Sally’s friends. (far) c)___________your new cell phone? (near) d)__________my favorite sunglasses! (far) e)_________your CD’s? (far) f)___________my DVD’s? (near) g)_________your umbrella? Yes, ________my umbrella. (far) h)_________your new teacher.(near) i)__________your new students. (far) j)__________easy. (near) _________difficult. (far)

Time for fun! Vintage and Thrift store! Let’s exchange the clothing that we no longer wear? Time to have fun!

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LESSON 5 - EXTENSION

THE CLOSET What is your favorite store for clothes? Where do you buy shoes? How much is a nice outfit for guys? And what about girls outfit? Is it the same price?

1-Write in English

2-Read & Write GIRLS: Read this paragraph and complete saying what is a must in your closet! The girly-girl basics are the things you will need to start off your wardrobe, then you can add on special pieces after that. Pink is a typical girl color, but don't shy away from blacks and blues, as they can also look very cute! Your wardrobe should contain..._____________________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ GUYS: Read the paragraph and continue it saying what is your style‌

Don't forget that the basics are timeless: solid color polo shirts, plaid shirts, checkered shirts, blue jeans, plain white and black t-shirts (without advertisements or graphic designs), blue blazers, lace-up dress shoes, and white sneakers. You'll always look presentable. Don't wear any clothes that have advertisements. My favorite ...

__________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________

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LESSON 5 - HOME WORK

THE CLOSET

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LESSON 6

WHAT TIME IS IT?

Video Activity: Counting the Time

Talk to your classmate

Why do you think the little girl is paying so much attention to the time?

Look: 9:00 It’s nine o’clock.

11:15

7:30

8:45

It’s eleven fifteen.

It’s seven thirty.

It’s eight forty-five

or, It’s a quarter past eleven.

or, It’s half-past seven

or, It’s a quarter to nine

I study from 7 to 11. I work until five in the afternoon.

Activity: read carefully the sentences above. Now, write: a) Expression used to tell the exact time ______________ b) Expression used to say 45 minutes to the next hour _____________________ c) Expression to say 30 minutes after an hour _____________________ d) Expression used to say 15 minutes to the next hour_________________ e) Preposition used to say the starting point of an activity_________ f) Prepositions used to express duration of an activity______ or ______

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Listen:

What time is it? Jet Lag When

in Brazil it is 5:48 in the morning...

In Swiss It is 10:48 in the evening. In Canada It is 4:48 in the afternoon. In China It’s 4:48 in the morning.

Is it A.M or P.M? It’s 7:00 A.M In the morning

It’s 12:00 P.M. It’s noon

It’s 4:00 P.M. in the afternoon

It’s 7:00 P.M in the evening

It’s 10:00 P.M at night

It’s 12:00 A.M. at midnight

Activity: 1-What time do you…

2-Match the sentences with the correct time:

a.Get up?_____________________

a) 2:35

(

) It is twenty-five past three.

b.Go to bed?__________________

b) 2:45

(

) It is five past three.

c.Have breakfast?______________

c) 3:00

(

) It is quarter past three.

d) 3:15

(

) It is half past three.

e) 3:05

(

) It is ten to three.

f) 3:30

(

) It is twenty-five to three.

g) 2:50

(

) It is ten past three.

h) 2:55

(

) It is quarter to three.

i) 3:25

(

) It is three o’clock.

j) 3:10

(

) It is five to three.

d.Go to school?________________ e.Take a shower?_______________ f.Leave school?_________________ g.Do your homework?____________ h.Study?_______________________ i.Work out at the Gym?___________

Uncle Sam Says: 26

The abbreviation a.m. stands for ante-meridiem (before the sun has crossed the line) and p.m. for post-meridiem (after the sun has crossed the line) Greenwich Meridiem line

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Listen to “Need You Now” and: - Circle the time expressions - Underline the personal pronouns - Highlight the verb to be Picture perfect memories Scattered all around the floor Reaching for the phone 'cause I can't fight it any more And I wonder if I ever cross your mind For me it happens all the time It's a quarter after one I'm all alone and I need you now Said I wouldn't call But I lost all control and I need you now And I don't know how I can do without I just need you now Another shot of whisky can't stop looking at the door Wishing you'd come sweeping In the way you did before And I wonder if I ever cross your mind For me it happens all the time It's a quarter after one I'm a little drunk, and I need you now Said I wouldn't call But I lost all control and I need you now And I don't know how I can do without I just need you now Yes, I'd rather hurt than feel nothing at all It's a quarter after one I'm all alone and I need you now And I said I wouldn't call but I'm a little drunk and I need you now And I don't know how I can do without I just need you now I just need you now Oh, baby I need you now

Need You Now (Lady Antebellum)

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LESSON 6 - EXTENSION

WHAT TIME IS IT?

1- A.M. or P.M. ? It’s six o’clock in the morning ( ___________ ) It’s five twenty in the afternoon ( __________ ) It’s twelve fifty in the afternoon ( __________ )

It’s two fifteen in the afternoon ( _________ ) It’s half-past nine in the evening ( _________ ) It’s three fifty-seven in the afternoon ( ________ )

2- Write and say the time and if you have more than one possibility, say both. a.10:00 a.m. ______________________________________ b.07:15 p.m. ______________________________________ c.11:30 a.m. ______________________________________ d.08:45 p.m. ______________________________________ e.05:25 a.m. ______________________________________ f.12:00 p.m. ______________________________________

3- Say what’s missing! a. It’s three o’______ in the afternoon. b. What _____ is it? c. _______ time do you wake up? d. I study from nine ____ eleven a.m. e. I work ______ ten every day. f. What time ____ you go to bed? g. I go to school ___ seven in the morning.

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English Presentation Video Activity: Children count the time for Christmas because they...

Write about your best Christmas gift. After that you are supposed to share it with your group:

My unforgetable Xmas gift..._______________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Say the time:

9:00 It’s a quarter after five

7:30 It’s ten to eleven

11:15 It’s seven thirty

7:30 It’s four forty-five

11:15 It’s half- past eight

7:30 It’s two o’clock

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LESSON 6 - HOME WORK

WHAT TIME IS IT?

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LESSON 7

COLORS

Look at these soccer team shields. Each team has its colors. Flamengo is red and black. What are the colors of your team?

Light blue

dark blue

light green dark green light brown dark brown

Student A asks the questions and std B answers:

What is your favorite color? What color are your eyes? What color is your hair? What color is your bedroom?

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CEI - Centro Profissionalizante Reading : How do colors affect us? RED - helps overcome inertia and may help break up congestion. Japanese experiments with rabbits showed that red lights also lowered blood pressure. But nervous people, or those with a high fever should avoid red, which overexcites the nervous system.

ORANGE - has been used to alleviate asthma and respiratory ailments and is also believed to ease cramps. It helps digestion and can provide relief from ulcer pain. It also boosts enthusiasm and morale.

YELLOW - is believed to be a muscle stimulant and helps a nervous condition. It also aids digestion and relieves constipation. It cheers up depressed patients.

GREEN - soothes nerves and promotes general healing. It also stimulates passion by reminding a person of spring and rejuvenation. INDIGO - relieves swelling and pain and is a good sedative.

BLUE - helps reduce pain and fevers and helps people to relax. It aids in fighting infection or inflammation. In some cases, it has helped relieve migraine headaches. VIOLET - promotes sleep. It also lowers body temperatures and improves the circulatory system.

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LESSON 7 - EXTENSION

COLORS

Group Work Talk to your classmates. Do you believe colors affect you? How? In small groups create a graffiti using your favorite colors to express an idea or belief of your group.

Match

Based on the text read about colors say in one word‌

(A) Light blue (B) Dark blue

(

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(C) Pink

(

)-

(

)-

(

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(E) Yellow

(

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(F) Dark brown

(

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(

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(

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Listening

(

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1) _________________________________

(

)-

(

)-

(

)-

(D) Orange

(G) Light brown (H) Purple (I) Dark Green (J) Dark Green

Example: orange = relief red = excitment 1) Pink = 2) Yellow = 3) Green = 4) Blue = 5) Violet =

2) _________________________________ 3) _________________________________

(K) Black

4) _________________________________

(L) Red

5) _________________________________

Uncle Sam Says: Blue is not only a noun for the color. It also means 'sad' and a rythm "The blues".

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LESSON 7 - HOME WORK

COLORS

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LESSON 8

THE FOUR SEASONS

Talk to your classmate about your favorite season

Activity: Complete Spring - Summer - Fall - Winter A. The season of the year, occurring between winter and summer, during which the weather becomes warmer and plants revive. (_______________) B. The usually warmest season of the year, occurring between spring and autumn. A period of fruition, fulfillment, happiness, or beauty. (_______________) C. The usually coldest season of the year, occurring between autumn and spring. (_______________) D. The season of the year between summer and winter. A period of maturity verging on decline.(_______________)

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Useful Language Interrogative Pronouns: where/what/when/ why/how /who/which

Role play: You are on vacations. Talk about your plans. Where you are going to go, what’s the weather like there at this time of the year? Student A asks questions and student B answers. Where are you going? I am going to ______________________________ How are you going there? I am going by_______________ Who is going with you? ___________is/are going with me. What’s the weather like there? It is _________________________________ What can you do there at this time of the year? I can____________________________ What’s your favorite season? My favorite season is _____________________________ Why do you like it? I like it because___________________________________________ What’s the weather like today? It is __________________________________________

Days of the week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Months of the year: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Role Play: Suppose you work on the weather forecast channel... Follow your teacher's instructions! Use: The weather conditions on Monday... It may rain in... There's a probability to...

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LESSON 8 - EXTENSION

THE FOUR SEASONS

Read the following descriptions and say when this happens t’s very hot. In my country people go to the beach, eat light food, get a beautiful tan and have cold beers. ________________ It’s windy, it’s cold, with lots of rainy days._____________ It’s the season of the flowers, they blossom and life is colorful. ___________ Color change in leaves, deciduous trees are everywhere and happens a transition from warm to cold weather. ________________

Listening Weather forecast

1) How is the weather going to be on Tuesday morning? 2) Is it going to snow on the weekend? 3) What does she suggest for people who want to travel?

North East West South

Match

(A) People ( (B) Places ( (C) Time ( (D) Choice ( ( (E) Things & actions ( (F) Reasons and explanations (G) Manner (

) Why…? ) Which…? ) How…? ) Who…? ) Where…? ) When…? ) What…?

News Uncle Sam Says: The word news comes from NORTH EAST WEST SOUTH and it means that information comes from all over the world!

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LESSON 9

FAMILY TIES

USEFUL LANGUAGE: mother, father, sister, brother, cousin, aunt, uncle, grandmother, grandfather, grandchildren, grandson, granddaughter, great-grandson, great-granddaughter, nephew, niece, sister-in-law, father-in-law, brother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, great-grandfather, great-grandmother, siblings, in-laws, stepson, stepmother, stepdaughter, stepfather.

Show your classmate the picture of your family. Talk about them. Student A asks and student B answers.

Activity:

Make your family tree. Who is this? This is _____________________ How old is he/she? _____________________ What is he/she like?_____________________ What does he/she like to do?___________________ What does your family like to do together?__________________________ What is he/she like? _______________________

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USEFUL LANGUAGE: shy, outgoing, talkative, stubborn, intelligent, beautiful, nice, boring, stupid, smart, fat, thin, fun, tall, short, beautiful, cute, ugly.

Reading: My name is Phil. I am seventeen. I live with my parents and my older sister Ellen. My parents are nice. My father is shy and mom is more talkative. Ellen is very intelligent. We like to stay at home on the weekends, surfing on the web or we order a pizza, we like to stay home together. My sister and I study a lot.

Paragraph Writing: Make a paragraph talking about your family. _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________

Uncle Sam Says:

News

The word news comes from NORTH EAST WEST SOUTH and it means that information comes from all over the world!

Find out words related to family! 1-____________________________ 2-____________________________ 3-____________________________ 4- ____________________________ 5 -____________________________ 6- ____________________________

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Let’s Sing

Circle the words related to family Underline the greetings Highlight the verb to be This is for my people's who just lost somebody Your best friend, your baby Your man or your lady Put your hand way up high We will never say bye Mamas, daddys, sisters, brothers Friends and cousins This is for my peoples who lost their grandmothers Lift your head to the sky Cause we will never say goodbye Mamas, daddys, sisters, brothers Friends and cousins This is for my peoples who lost their grandmothers Lift your head to the sky Cause we will never say goodbye As a child there were the times I didn't get it But you kept me in line I didn't know why You didn't show up some times On Sunday mornings and I missed you But I'm glad we talked through All them grown folk things Separation brings You never let me know it You never let it show Because you loved me

And obviously There's so much more left to say If you were with me today Face to face I never knew I could hurt like this And everyday life rolls on I wish I could talk to you for a while I miss you but I try not cry As time goes by And it's true that you've Reached a better place Still I'd give the world to see your face And be right here next to you But it's like you're gone too soon And the hardest thing to do is say Bye bye You never got a chance to see How good I've done And you never got to See me back at number one I wish that you were here So we could celebrate together I wish that we could Spend the holidays together I remember when you used to Tuck me in at night With the teddy bear you gave me That I held so tight I thought you were so strong You'd make it through whatever It's so hard to accept The fact you're gone forever This is for my people's who just lost somebody Your best friend, your baby Your man or your lady Put your hand way up high We will never say bye

Bye Bye

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FAMILY TIES

Describe these people using the new words. Model: My mother is talkative. My My My My My

sister is_______________________ brother is _____________________ grandmother is _________________ Mom is ________________________ dad is _________________________

Match: (A) My mother’s brother (B) My father’s mother (C) Son of my aunt (D) Brother of my wife (E) My brothers and sisters (F) Daughter of my sister (G) Mom’s second husband (H) Grandmother of my father (I) All my family members (J) Daughter of my parents (K) My son and my daughter

( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( (

Class survey: Find someone who… 1. 2. 3. 4.

Has two brothers Has a twin Has kids Is an only child

) my niece ) my brother-in-law ) my siblings ) my grandmother ) my cousin ) my uncle ) my great-grandmother ) my stepfather ) my sister ) my relatives ) my children / my kids

You ask.. How many brothers and sisters do you have? Do you have a twin brother or sister? Are you an only child?

Improve your vocabulary: research the meaning of these words related to family. multiple offspring, first-borns, half-siblings or step-siblings

Listening 1-__________________________________________________________________________ 2-__________________________________________________________________________ 3-__________________________________________________________________________ 4-__________________________________________________________________________ 5-__________________________________________________________________________

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LESSON 10

SEVEN LIVES

Mommy Cat: Once upon a time... Baby Cat: I know, Mom, men visited the moon... Mommy Cat: how do you know that ? Baby Cat: I googled it! Mommy Cat: I'm so proud of you!

Grammar Hint: Pay attention we say You have but He She It HAS I have a good life. You have a good life too. A cat has seven lives.

Compare: I play the guitar You go to the beach They watch good movies We eat meat for dinner

He plays the guitar She goes to the beach He watches T.V. every day My cat eats "nine lives" cat food.

Do you go to the course everyday? Does she eat junk food? He doesn't play video games. She doesn't watch soap operas.

Now you, complete it: We use "do" to make questions and negatives in the simple present tense, but when we talk about HE / SHE / IT we use "_________" to make questions and negatives.

Activity:

Complete the chart with the third person simple present

Talk Play Eat Dance Go Like Study

Drink Sleep Travel Get Buy Sell Love

Hate Feel Have Look Hear Read Write

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1- Who is your best friend? 2- Does he/she have siblings? 3- And you, do you have brothers or sisters? 4- Does your brother/sister have a pet? 5- Where does your brother or sister go to school? 6- Does your mother work? 7- Does your house have a garden? 8- Does your boy/girlfriend study with you?


English Presentation How many lives does a cat have? Man has just one life. People say cats have seven lives. In English we have irregular plural.

Look at the word list below. Find the irregular plural of these words

Child die foot goose louse man mouse ox person tooth woman life USEFUL LANGUAGE: parts of the day: in the morning / in the afternoon / in the evening / at night Frequency adverbs: always / often/ usually / sometimes / rarely / hardly ever / never

Talk to your friend

1) I ________study hard for my tests. 2) I________ get good grades. 3) I________ arrive late at school. 4) I_______ stay up late watching T.V. or surfing on the web. 5) I_______ use the MSN. 6) I_______ practice sports. 7) I_______ listen to loud music. 8) I study at seven a.m. _______the morning. 9) You play the guitar at eight p.m. ____the evening. 10) I swim early ________the morning. 11) Sue watches her favorite t.v. programs at 5p.m. _____the afternoon. 12) I don't stay up late ______night.

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SEVEN LIVES

1-Complete the chart - use the 3rd person Go

Eat

Work

Speak

Watch

Listen

Stay

Talk

Get

See

Sit

Study

Put

Walk

Hear

Say

2-Complete this diary page with your routine Write about your daily schedule!

3-Listening: 1-______________________________ 2-______________________________

On Saturdays I go to my English and Computer science course, after that I…

3-______________________________ 4-______________________________

4-Say True or False according to your routine. 1. I study everyday. ___ 2. I work from Monday to Friday. ___ 3. I exercise on Tuesdays and Thursdays.___ 4. I go to school on foot. ___ 5. I don’t exercise on weekends. ___ 6. I love to go to the movies on weekends.___ 7. I don’t eat junk food during weekdays.___

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LESSON 11

DAY BY DAY

Let’s Sing Activity:

Listen to the song “ I’m in love” and: Dressed up to the eyes It's a wonderful surprise To see your shoes and your spirits rise Throwing out your frown And just smiling at the sound And as sleek as a shriek Spinning round and round Always take a big bite It's such a gorgeous sight To see you eat in the middle of the night You can never get enough Enough of this stuff It's Friday I'm in love

- circle the days of the week - underline the colors - highlight the prepositions I don't care if Monday's blue Tuesday's grey and Wednesday too Thursday I don't care about you It's Friday I'm in love Monday you can fall apart Tuesday, Wednesday break my heart Thursday doesn't even start It's Friday I'm in love Saturday wait And Sunday always comes too late But Friday never hesitate

I don't care if Monday's blue Tuesday's gray and Wednesday too Thursday I don't care about you It's Friday I'm in love

I don't care if Monday's black Tuesday, Wednesday heart attack Thursday never looking back It's Friday I'm in love

Mondays you can fall apart Tuesday Wednesday break my heart Thusrday doesn't even start It's Friday I'm in love

Monday you can hold your head Tuesday, Wednesday stay in bed Oh Thursday watch the walls instead It's Friday I'm in love

Friday I'm In Love ( The Cure )

Saturday wait And Sunday always comes too late But Friday never hesitate

Uncle Sam Says: Days of the week were called after the pagan gods. Some examples Sunday = Sun's Day, Monday = Moon's Day, Saturday= Saturn's Day and so on.

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Ask your friend about his/her routine and complete the schedule

Suggested questions a) What do you do on Mondays? Tuesdays? Wednesdays‌ b) What do you usually do on weekends? c) What do you often do on holidays? d) What do you do in the morning? e) What do you do in the evening? f) What do you do in the afternoon? g) What do you do at night? h) Tell me something you never do.

Remember: in the morning / in the afternoon / in the evening at night / on Mondays / on Tuesdays / on Wednesdays / on Thursdays / on Fridays / on Saturdays / on Sundays / on weekends / always / often / usually / sometimes / never

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DAY BY DAY

Look at David’s weekly schedule. Entra agenda do David Now, say things he does and he doesn’t Entra caixa com esta informação Get up early exercise watch t.v. do the homework Ride a bike go on a date Reading Text Lisa: Hi Sarah! Sarah: What’s up Lisa? Lisa: I am planning a surprise party for Phil, my roommate... Sarah: Oh, great… Lisa: I want to know about his schedule… Sarah: I have computer science classes with him tomorrow…I may ask him… Lisa: …But don’t let the cat out of the bag!! Sarah: I promise, I won’t! Discover 4 yourself A person’s routine and appointments________________ To make arrangements ________________ Person who shares a room with you ____________ To say something you didn’t intend to ____________

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LESSON 12

HOLIDAYS & FESTIVALS

Talk to your partner: What do you like to do on a holiday? How do people enjoy the holidays?

New Year's Day is on January 1. The celebration of this federal holiday begins the night before, when Americans gather to wish each other a happy and prosperous coming year. Many Americans make New Year’s Resolutions.

Martin Luther King Day is a federal holiday celebrated on the third Monday in January. The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. was an African-American clergyman who is recognized for his tireless efforts to win civil rights for all people through nonviolent means.

Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14. The day was named after an early Christian martyr, and on Valentine's Day, Americans give presents like candy or flowers to the ones they love. The first mass-produced valentine cards were sold in the 1840s.

Easter falls on a spring Sunday that varies from year to year. Easter is a Christian holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. For Christians, Easter is a day of religious services and the gathering of family. Many Americans follow old traditions of coloring hard-boiled eggs and giving children baskets of candy.

Mother’s Day celebrates mothers every second Sunday of May. President Woodrow Wilson, who issued a proclamation in 1914, asked Americans to give a public expression of reverence to mothers on this day. Carnations have come to represent Mother's Day, following President William McKinley's habit of always wearing a white carnation, his mother's favorite flower.

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Memorial Day is a federal holiday observed the last Monday of May. It originally honored the people killed in the American Civil War, but has become a day on which the American dead of all wars, and the dead generally, are remembered in special programs held in cemeteries, churches, and other public meeting places. The flying Father’s Day celebrates fathers every third Sunday of June. Father's Day began in 1909 in Spokane, Washington, when a daughter requested a special day to honor her father, a Civil War veteran who raised his children after his wife died. The first presidential proclamation honoring fathers was issued in 1966 by President Lyndon Johnson.

Independence Day is July 4. This federal holiday honors the nation's birthday the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. It is a day of picnics and patriotic parades, a night of concerts and fireworks. The flying of the American flag is widespread. Labor Day is the first Monday of September. This federal holiday honors the nation's working people, typically with parades. For most Americans it marks the end of the summer vacation season and the start of the school year.

Columbus Day is a federal holiday celebrated on the second Monday in October. The day commemorates October 12, 1492, when Italian navigator Christopher Columbus landed in the New World. The holiday was first proclaimed in 1937 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Halloween is celebrated on October 31. On Halloween, American children dress up in funny or scary costumes and go "trick or treating" by knocking on doors in their neighborhood. The neighbors are expected to respond by giving them small gifts of candy or money.

Thanksgiving Day is a federal holiday celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November. In the fall of 1621, the Pilgrims held a three-day feast to celebrate a bountiful harvest. Many regard this event as the nation's first Thanksgiving. The Thanksgiving feast became a national tradition and almost always includes some of the foods served at the first feast: roast turkey, cranberry sauce, potatoes, and pumpkin pie.

Christmas is a federal holiday celebrated on December 25. Christmas is a Christian holiday marking the birth of the Christ Child. Decorating houses and yards with lights, putting up Christmas trees, giving gifts, and sending greeting cards have become traditions even for many non-Christian Americans

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Let’s Sing

Holiday Celebrate Holiday Celebrate If we took a holiday Took some time to celebrate Just one day out of life It would be, it would be so nice Everybody spread the word We're gonna have a celebration All across the world In every nation It's time for the good times Forget about the bad times, oh yeah One day to come together To release the pressure We need a holiday You can turn this world around And bring back all of those happy days Put your troubles down It's time to celebrate Let love shine And we will find A way to come together And make things better We need a holiday Holiday Celebrate Holiday Celebrate Holiday Celebrate Holiday Celebrate Holiday, Celebration Come together in every nation

Listen to the song and discover 4 yourself!

Holiday

( Madonna )

1- Another way to say... a) " spread the news" _______________________________ b) "all around the world" ____________________________ c) "relax" __________________________________________ d) "change the world"________________________________ e) "forget your problems" ____________________________ f) "let's stay together", "let's get together" ______________

2- The 3 usages for the word holiday in English‌ (A) A day fixed by law on which people do not have to go to work or school; (B) The holidays - American English - the period between Thanksgiving and New Year British English the period in the summer when most people take a holiday; (C) A period of time when you travel to another place for pleasure = vacation

Say the usage (more than one possibility may occur) We are going to Italy for our holiday. _____ The school holidays start tomorrow. ______ The 4th of July is a national holiday in the US. ____ What do you do on the holiday season? ___

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LESSON 12 - EXTENSION

HOLIDAYS & FESTIVALS

Group Work Seminar – Follow your teacher’s instructions

1-Listen and Read Lisa: Hi Sarah! Sarah: What’s up Lisa? Lisa: I am planning a surprise party for Phil, my roommate... Sarah: Oh, great… Lisa: I want to know about his schedule… Sarah: I have computer science classes with him tomorrow…I may ask him… Lisa: …But don’t let the cat out of the bag!! Sarah: I promise, I won’t!

2-Discover 4 yourself A person’s routine and appointments________________ To make arrangements ___________________________ Person who shares a room with you ________________ To say something you didn’t intend to ______________

3-Match: (A) People wish each other a happy and prosperous coming year. (B) A time to give presents to the ones you love (C) Holiday that honors working people. (D) “Trick or treat”! (E) Christian Holiday

( ( ( ( (

) ) ) ) )

Valentine’s Day Halloween Christmas Labor Day New Year’s Eve

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4-Say aloud:

September, 21st 1998 October, 1st 2008 July, 2nd 1993 December, 25th 2011 February, 14th 1998.

5-Practice this conversation with your partner! Pete: Hi, Liz! Liz: What’s up, pal? Pete: say, do you have plans for the holiday? Liz: Not yet, why? Pete: let’s make a garden party…marshmallows, burgers… Liz: Great! You know, Independence Day is my favorite holiday… I love to see the firework… Pete: So, I’ll call Sam and you call Sally… Liz: Done! But this time I’ll take the soda…you forgot last time…

6-Hangman:

7-Tic Toc Toe:

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HOLIDAYS & FESTIVALS

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LESSON 13

DIRECTIONS

USEFUL LANGUAGE :

Directions: turn left/turn right/go straight ahead/ walk for…blocks/cross the street/go up the street/go down the street

Places: drugstore/mart/supermarket/mall/post office/ park/school/university/college/ butcher/fishmonger/police station/snack bar/pet shop/restaurant/bank/ATM/newsstand/ flower shop/ beauty parlor/ barbershop/stationary/bakery/gym club/ health club/library/ grocery store/hospital/movie theater/shops/apartments/houses/hotel/parking lot/department store/laundromat/gas station/travel agency/ pay phones/diary shop

Listen and read: Jessica: Excuse-me, Sir… Do you know where the nearest barbershop is? Mr. Peterson: Oh, I guess we have one on 3rd Avenue… Jessica: And how do I get there? Mr. Peterson: Just go straight ahead, walk for three blocks and you are there. Jessica: Thanks a lot! Mr. Peterson: Not at all…

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Find 4 yourself: a) A way to ask for directions___________________ b) Another way to say “I think” _________________ c) A reply to “thank you” ______________________

Situation 1: Student A - You are new in town and you need to do some chores, talk to your friend (student B) It’s your mom’s B-day and you need to buy some flowers You have to buy some food You want to take a walk at the park You need a haircut Situation 2: Student B is a very curious person and wants to know about Std A district. Take turns talking about your neighbourhoods. Grammar Hint: there to be -> there is /there are/ Is there/Are there/ There isn’t/There aren’t

St Paul Ave

Look at the district map and say…

Drugshop

John St

Front Ave

Division St

Division St

1. Is there a laundromat near here? 2. Are there gym clubs ? 3. Is there a department store on Elm St? 4. Are there pay phones on the corner? 5. Is there a coffee shop on 2nd Ave?

ATM

York St

1st Ave

St Louis Ave

Hospital

John St

Pay Phone

Henry St River St

Barbershop

My Home

River St

Gym

York St

Laundry

Gold St

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DIRECTIONS

Find the names of the following places:

a shop that sells fish a room or building containing books that can be looked at or borrowed a business that keeps and lends money and provides other financial services a place where members can go to do physical exercise a very large shop that sells food, drinks, and things that people need regularly in their homes a place or business where clothes etc are washed and ironed the local office of the police food and other goods that are sold by a grocer

Odd man out!

Answer:

1.I work at a grocery store selling shoes. _________________________________________

1) How do you get to the nearest shopping mall? _____________________________________

2.Every morning she goes to the barbershop to buy fish. _________________________________________ 3.You study very hard at the same police station. _________________________________________ 4.They serve great sandwiches at that laundromat. _________________________________________ 5.I always buy my cheese, butter, diary at that bookshop. _________________________________________ 6.He exercises at the fishmonger every day. _________________________________________

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2) Is there a good snack bar near here? _____________________________________ 3) Where do you buy your groceries? _____________________________________ 4) Do you exercise at any healthclub? ______________________________________


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LESSON 13 - HOME WORK

DIRECTIONS

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LESSON 14

DO YOU KNOW THEM?

Where are they from? Talk to your classmate about these famous people. Exchange information you know about them.

a) Where is he/she from? b) What does he/she do? c) Do you like his/her style? d) How old is he/she? e) Where does he/she live? f) What’s his/her sign of the zodiac? (Aquarius, Pisces, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn)

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Grammar Hints:

Personal Pronouns GRAMMAR TIPS Subjective personal pronouns I

We

He, She, It

They

You

You

Possessive Pronouns GRAMMAR TIPS Possessives pronouns I

My

You

Your

He

His

She

Her

It

Its

We

Our

You

Your Country

Nationality

Official Language

Australia

Australian

English

Austria

Austrian

Austrian

Brazil

Brazilian

Portuguese

Britain

British

English

Canada

Canadian

English or French

China

Chinese

Mandarin

England

English

English

France

French

French

Germany

German

German

Greece

Greek

Greek

Italy

Italian

Italian

Japan

Japanese

Japanese

Mexico

Mexican

Spanish

Portugal

Portuguese

Portuguese

Russia

Russian

Russian

The USA

American

English

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Activities 1) Circle the correct pronoun a) Mary (he/it/she/they/we).

j) Richard (he/it/she/they/we).

b) Bob and Tim(he/it/she/they/we).

k) The desk (he/it/she/they/we).

c) Bob and I (he/it/she/they/we).

l) The violin (he/it/she/they/we).

d) The boys (he/it/she/they/we).

m) The woman (he/it/she/they/we).

e) Mrs Nelson (he/it/she/they/we).

n) The trousers (he/it/she/they/we).

f) Mary (he/it/she/they/we) is nice. 

o) Peter (he/it/she/they/we) is at school. 

g) The chair (he/it/she/they/we) is broken.

p) The trainers   (he/it/she/they/we) are dirty.

h) John and Helen  (he/it/she/they/we) come home.

q) Henry and I  go(he/it/she/they/we) to the cinema.

i) The girl (he/it/she/they/we ) is my friend. 

r) The teacher  (he/it/she/they/we)  has a beard. 

2) Complete with the possessive pronouns:

That girl is my best friend. ____name is Liz. What are ______names? ______names are Phil and Ben. Who is he? _____name is Steven. My mother and I have a dog. ______dog is so cute! ______name is Totó. Who are you? ____name is Sarah.

GRAMMAR TIPS Verb Be I’m from New York

Are you from California?

I am.

I’m not.

You’re late

Am I early?

You are

You’re not

She’s from Russia

Is she from Brazil?

She is

She’s not

He’s from Italy

Is he from Chile?

Yes, he is

No, he’s not

It’s English

Is it Korean?

It is

It’s not

We’re from Japan

Are you from China?

We are

We’re not

You’re early

Are we late?

You are

You’re not

They’re in Mexico

Are they in Canada?

They are

They’re

3) Simple Present Verb To Be. Use am / is / are a) I  ________  Orlando. 

j) We ________ Steven and Jessica.

b) She ________ Susan.

k) They ________ Martha and Jennifer.

c) You ________ Orlando.

l) He ________ Victor. 

d) They ________ Victor and Martin. 

m) We ________ Jessica and Lisa. 

e) You ________ Katherine and Linda. 

n) Steven    ________     in Mexico. 

f) Martha and Jennifer ________ in Costa Rica. 

o) Victor and I ________ in El Salvador. 

g) Orlando ________ in Argentina. 

p) You ________ in Colombia. 

h) Martin ________ in Uruguay. 

q) Brian and David ________ in Chile. 

i) Katherine and I ________ in Venezuela. 

r) They ________ in Spain. 

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DO YOU KNOW THEM?

Personality Quiz 1. If you had to describe your style in one word it would be: a) Sporty b) Eclectic c) Flirty d) Classic 2. Which school subject do you dominate? a) Math b) Gym c) English d) History 3. Your favorite thing to do on Facebook is… a) Stalk your boyfriend/girlfriend exes. b) Stay on top of the social scene c) Talk to your friends without your parents overhearing you. d) Keep tabs on your siblings 4. A song to describe your life right now… a) "Never Say Never" By Justin Bieber b) "Mine" By Taylor Swift c) "Firework" By Kate Parry d) "Forget you" By Cee Lo. 5. You don’t know what to do without… a )Music b) Organization c) Your mom d) Sports 6. If you could have any superpower, what ‘d it be? a) Invisibility b) Fly c) Reading Minds d) Freezing Time 7. Your go-to move to get the guy/girl’s attention is… a) Your hair is really shiny so, you let it do the work. b) You ignore him/her. Is it effective? Yes, very. c) Put on your best clothes d) Challenge him/her to a game Check the result with your teacher!

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LESSON 14 - HOME WORK

DO YOU KNOW THEM?

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LESSON 15

HUMAN BODIES

Reading Body Language Body language is the unspoken communication that goes on in every face-to-face encounter with another human being. It tells you their true feelings towards you and how well your words are being received. Your ability to read and understand another person’s body language can mean the difference between making a great impression or a very bad one! It could help you in that interview, that meeting, that business functions and even in that special date!

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Nonverbal Behavior

Interpretation

Brisk erect walk

Confidence

Standing with hands on hips

Readiness, aggression

Sitting with legs crossed, foot kicking slightly

Boredom

Sitting legs apart

open, relaxed

Arms crossed on chest

defensiveness

Walking with hands in pockets

Dejection

Hands to cheek

Evaluation, thinking

Touching, slightly rubbing nose

Rejection, doubt, lying

Rubbing the eye

doubt, disbelief

Hands clasped behind back

Anger, frustration, apprehension

Locked Ankles

Apprehension

Head resting in hands, eyes downcast

Boredom

Rubbing hands

anticipation

Sitting with hands clasped behind head, legs crossed

confidence, superiority

Open Palm

sincerity, openness, innocence

Pinching bridge of nose, eyes closed

Negative evaluation

Tapping or drumming fingers

impatience

Steeping fingers

authoritative

Patting/ founding hair

lack of self-confidence, insecurity

Tilted head

interest

Stroking chin

trying to make a decision

Looking down, face turned away

disbelief

Biting nails

insecurity, nervousness

Pulling or tugging at ear

indecision

Role play: In small groups, choose some of the body language above to perform in a play created by your group. It’s time to have fun! You have 15 minutes to create your situation and 5 to present it to class.

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HUMAN BODIES

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Video Activity:

A Dozen Gym No-No’s You’re going to watch a video about fun situations at the gym club. After that you’ll be asked some questions, so pay close attention to the details and laugh!

1.What is rule #1? __________________________________________________________________________ 2.How long is the guy sitting and doing nothing in rule #2? __________________________________________________________________________ 3.He describes people who watch others work out as… ( ) weird and creepy ( ) absolutely ridiculous

( ) disgusting and nonsense

4.What does Daniel say about the guy who admires himself at the mirrow? _____________________________________________ 5.According to Daniel where should guys go if they want to head a girl? ______________________________________________ 6.Say true or false: (A) A guy goes to the gym talks to everyone but never seems to work out. ____ (B) A guy asks the girl’s phone number _____ (C) There’s a guy working 4 parts of his body at 4 different circle training ____ (D) In rule # 1 the guys works legs and abdomen ___ (E) The personal trainer is not criticizing Daniel’s work out.____

Talk to your friend and make your 6 Gym no-no’s

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HUMAN BODIES

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LESSON 16

WHAT ARE YOU LIKE Do you know them? Describe Jacob and Bella!

Tall / short / medium height / well-built / slim / plump / fat / young / middle-aged / elderly / old / long hair / short hair / shoulder-length hair/ straight hair / wavy hair / curly hair / dark hair / fair hair / brown hair / blond hair / red hair / bald / pretty / beautiful / handsome / attractive / ugly / beard / moustache /

Complete the chart about yourselves.

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Oral Activity: Choose a classmate to describe . CLASSMATE 1 ______________________________ _____________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ _____________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________

CLASSMATE 2 ______________________________ _____________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ _____________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ Follow Your ______________________________ Teacher's ______________________________ ______________________________ Instructions ______________________________

The Guessing Game: Follow Your Teacher's Instructions

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Grammar Focus Comparatives and Superlatives One-syllable adjectives. Form the comparative and superlative forms of a one-syllable adjective by adding –er for the comparative form and –est for the superlative. One-Syllable Adjective tall old long

Comparative Form taller older longer

Superlative Form the tallest the oldest the longest

Mary is taller than Max. Mary is the tallest of all the students. Max is older than John. Of the three students, Max is the oldest. My hair is longer than your hair. Max's story is the longest story I've ever heard.

Two-syllable adjectives. With most two-syllable adjectives, you form the comparative with more and the superlative with most. Two-Syllable Adjective peaceful pleasant careful thoughtful

Comparative Form more peaceful more pleasant more careful more thoughtful

Superlative Form the most peaceful the most pleasant the most careful the most thoughtful

This morning is more peaceful than yesterday morning. Max's house in the mountains is the most peaceful in the world. Max is more careful than Mike. Of all the taxi drivers, Jack is the most careful. Jill is more thoughtful than your sister. Mary is the most thoughtful person I've ever met.

If the two-syllable adjectives ends with –y, change the y to i and add –er for the comparative form. For the superlative form change the y to i and add –est.

Two-Syllable Adjective Ending with -y happy angry busy

Comparative Form happier angrier busier

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LESSON 17

MOODS

Class Survey Look at these pictures and write about the mood of people. Use the words: affectionate, angry, ashamed, cheerful, confused, depressed, devastated, embarrassed, excited, fed-up, frightened, Irritated, hurt, shocked, silly, surprised, tired, worried.

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How is your mood today? Discover how your friend is feeling today‌

How are you feeling today? Are you happy? Are you in good mood? _____________________________________________________________________ What makes you angry? _____________________________________________________________________ What makes you sad? _____________________________________________________________________ What do you do when you are angry? _____________________________________________________________________ What do you do when you are sad?] _____________________________________________________________________ What do you usually do when you are very glad? How do you like to celebrate? _____________________________________________________________________ Who can you count on when you are in trouble? _____________________________________________________________________ Are you more often in good or bad mood? _____________________________________________________________________

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MOODS

This class should be done in the computer Science lab! Moody People Texting after bedtime can make teens even moodier By Daniel Bates Children who text and email late at night may be damaging their health. Teenagers and children who send electronic messages after they have been sent to bed may have poorer quality sleep and become moody, a study found. Those who were unable to put their phones or laptops to one side were also more likely to be anxious and depressed or suffer learning difficulties. Distraction: Across both sexes, emails and texts woke them up once a night on average and a worrying 77 per cent had persistent trouble getting to sleep. The U.S. researchers said that unlike watching TV, which is a largely passive activity, sending emails and texts involved more interaction so kept the brain busy at the time when it should be shutting down. The pilot research team from the JFK Sleep Centre in Edison, New Jersey, gave questionnaires to 40 people aged between eight and 22, asking about their sleep habits and use of texts and emails. Those surveyed sent an average of 33.5 text messages or emails a night to an average of 3.7 people, adding up to 3,404 text messages per person per month. The messages were sent from between ten minutes and four hours after bedtime. In general, boys preferred to surf the web and play video games while girls were more likely to call somebody or send a text. Across both sexes, emails and texts woke them up once a night on average and a worrying 77 per cent had persistent trouble getting to sleep. The results also revealed that using technology after bedtime was associated with ‘high rates of daytime cognitive or mood problems, including ADHD, anxiety, depression and learning difficulties’. Pair Work: Using an online dictionary, write down the meaning of the words underlined. Site suggestion: http://www.ldoceonline.com/ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

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CEI - Centro Profissionalizante Oral Activity: Talk to your classmate and say if you agree or disagree with this text. Do you think that staying up late instant messaging or surfing on the web disturbs your night sleep? Do you think it disturbs your studies during the day? Do you feel lack of concentration? Na caixa com fundo colorido entra: as perguntas que para fazer este pair work eles vรฃo ter que perguntar. Vc jรก fez uma dessas com as perguntas que precisam ser usadas lรก atrรกs, lembra?? Suggested questions: Do you agree with the text? Does staying up late disturb your night sleep? Do you stay up late? What time do you go to bed? Do you feel tired during the day? Do you fall asleep during the day? Do you feel sleepy during the day? How is your concentration during the classes? Do you pay attention to class or keep chatting with your colleagues? Listening 1. _______________________________________ 2. _______________________________________ 3. _______________________________________ 4. ______________________________________ 5. ______________________________________

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MOODS

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LESSON 18

MODAL VERBS

Activity Match the columns: (A) Advice (B) Probability (polite usage) (C) Capacity / authority / ability (D) Light probability (more formal, more polite) (E) Strong Advice (F) Obligation (G) Prohibition (H) Unreal situation

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) In my opinion, you should stop smoking. ) You mustn’t smoke in here. ) You mustn’t step on the grass. ) You ought to know that. ) It might rain today. ) You may stay if you want. ) She can speak four languages. ) You must study hard to pass. ) Would you call her?

Use should or shouldn’t + one of these verbs: to recycle, to waste, to use, to save, to help, to turn to leave, to ride, to stop. a) I __________ ________ litter, paper, glass, plastic and cans. b) I _________ ________ water. c) I_________ ________ plastic bags. d) I_________ _____ electricity. e) I________ help preserve animals in danger of extinction. f) I________ turn off the lights when I leave the room. Pair work: Talk to your partner about your abilities , say Yes, I can or No, Can’t. a) Can you swim? b) Can you play soccer? c) Can you draw? d) Can you drive? e) Can you cook? Now, talk to your colleague about some politeness and social rules. Use must or mustn’t a) People __________ throw litter on the streets. b) People__________ make noise in the library. c) People _________ respect the traffic lights. d) People _________ smoke indoors. e) Youngsters_________ respect elderly people. Group Work: Do’s and Don’ts -Talk to your friends about new ideas for our society. What do you think people should do more often? What do you think people shouldn’t do? What must / mustn’t people do?

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MOODS

Pair Work I: Suppose you are the principal of your school. Talk to your classmate about the school rules you are about to create! After talking, complete the chart! Use modals! Entra o chart parecido com o do link o charte é pra encher linguiça então ocupe a página inteira com ele e na outra página entra o pair work 2 Pair Work II: Family Life. Every family has its rules and codes. Write the list of do’s and don’ts about your family. Write your parents rules. Use modals! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________ Medical Advice Suppose you are a weird doctor. You always give strange pieces of advice to your patients. These people have appointments with you today and you tell them to… Be as crazy as you can ‘cause it is time to have fun! 1. Mr. Taylor: “Doc, I have a terrible headache!” ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 2. Mrs. Serena: “ Gosh , my back hurts so much!” ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 3. Miss Sue: “Taylor, I coughed all night long last night!” ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 4. Mr. Paul: “I have a hair loss!” ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 5. Mrs. Smith: “My little girl has lice all over her hair!” ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ (Note: louse singular / lice plural = small black parasite that lives on the hair) 6. Leo: “I have a sore throat!” ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ What kind of people do you like to have around you? Write the names of your best friends and say how they are. Describe the personality of all your BFF! BFF # 1 _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ BFF # 2 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ BFF # 3 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ BFF # 4 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 83

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MOODS

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LESSON 19

WHAT ARE THEY DOING?

Look at the images above. Talk to your classmate and find out what are these people doing.

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) He is swimming. ) He is playing the guitar. ) They are eating. ) She is working out. ) He is chatting on the web. ) They are walking . ) He is reading. ) She is writing. ) I am watching t.v. ) He is driving . ) They are sleeping.

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Grammar Hints! Look at the sentences above. What do they all have in common? Present Continuous expresses actions happening in the moment of speech. Now. Let’s complete the sentence with the structure of present continuous: subject + verb ______+ a main verb with _____. Entra caixa com spelling pag 19 Activity: Write sentences. Follow de model. Model: Paul /to jog = Paul is jogging. a) Mrs. Sanders / to prepare lunch. _______________________________ b) The police officers / to drive their cars. __________________________ c) Tommy / to study for a test. ___________________________________ d) She / to play with her doll. ____________________________________ e) Ted / to take a bath. _________________________________________ f) The kids / to run. ____________________________________________

And you? What are you doing now?

And you? What are you doing now?

Follow Your Teacher's Instructions

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WHAT ARE THEY DOING?

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