UNIT SEVEN “JUST FOR FUN!”
VOCABULARY Sports activities and y hobbies: Sports centre, to swim, to run, to come home, to watch TV, to rollerblade, to play basketball/computer games, tennis, to go shopping, to ride a bike, to do judo, to do the homework. Television programmes: TV, channel, an animal programme, a cartoon, a game show, a sports programme, a comedy show, a film. Days of the week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. Expressions: I like swimming, it’s great!, It’s brilliant!, It’s good for you!, Look out!, Guess what?, I like that too!, It´s brilliant!, So do I. Most of all.
GRAMMAR Ask and give personal information about sports activities and hobbies: Do you like swimming? Yes, I do/No, I don’t I like swimming. It’s great Who likes swimming? Tom likes swimming Ask and give personal information about television programmes: Do you watch animal programmes? What’s your favourite TV programme?
Yes, sometimes Children’s Newstime
What’s on channel 2 at four o’clock? What time is What’s Cooking? My favourite TV programme is Sports Show
It’s on Channel 2 Ask and give personal información about activities and hobbies and the days of the week they practice them: I go swimming on Mondays Ask and give personal information about the frecuency of activities and hobbies: Always / sometimes/ never
watch a comedy show.
Class language: What does… like doing? What are they doing? What do you do on (Mondays)? What day is it today? Do you like watching TV? Do you watch…? What day is it on? What do you do (after lunch)? What time do you go to bed? What do you do on (Saturdays)?
UNIT EIGHT “PEOPLE AT WORK”
VOCABULARY Professions and jobs: A fire-fighter, a baker, a teacher, an office worker, a nurse, a mechanic, a postman, an astronaut, a clown, a music teacher, job, a cave painter. Tools and instruments for jobs: A uniform, a special hat, a computer, a thermometer, a book, an oven glove, a spanner, a hose. Professions and places: School, hospital, bakery, garage, office. Actions: To drive a postman’s van/a fire engine, to play the violin, to wear a red nose, to get up, to have a shower, to get dressed, to go to work, to paint, to work hard, to go home, to have breakfast/lunch/dinner, to do the homework, to go to bed. Time: Quarter to/past, half to/past, o’clock. Expressions: I’m late for work, We’re late, Not today, It’s still dark, It’s upside down, He works hard every day, He always runs away, He’s tired after his busy day.
GRAMMAR Ask and give information about professions and jobs: I don’t wear a uniform. I use a computer. What do you do? What does she do? You’re an office worker. She´s a journalist.
Give information about tools and instruments for each job: Johnny is a postman. He wears a postman’s hat. Tessa is a music teacher. She plays the violin. Give information about the places where people work: He works in a library She drives a bus Pedir/ Expresar información acerca de las horas: What’s the time?
It’s quarter to ten It’s quarter past five
Give information about everyday actions and activities: I get up at seven o’clock I get dressed I have a shower Class language: What’s number(1)? What am I? Yes, I’m a (fire-fighter) What job begins with the letter “t”? Who lives in a flat?, Where does he live? What does he live), What does he like doing? What time does he get up? What’s his job? Does he like his job?
Published on Mar 16, 2011