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PDC INGLES 9°

STUDENT´S NAME TEACHER TERM

GRADE

9th

GROUP

Olga Lucia Osorio Saldarriaga

II

LENGTH

10 weeks

SUBJECT

English

AREA

Foreign Language

To provide the environment and tools for students to AREA´S OBJECTIVE

acquire English as a second language through the four skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) necessary to engage other cultures as a world citizen. To engage daily situations, discuss their opinion and

YEAR COMPREHENSION ACHIEVEMENT

plans, and write short and coherent texts about familiar topics.

TERM COMPREHENSION ACHIEVEMENT

GENERATIVE TOPIC

To

discuss

about

news

of

interest

using

passive

constructions and conjunctions correctly.

Which has been the most interested news ever reported? 1. Passive Constructions: Simple Past, Present Perfect,

CONTENT

and Past Perfect Continuous. 2. Essay 1. To listen and give opinions about the media, reporting, and blogs using passive constructions to

TERM COMPREHENSION ACHIEVEMENTS

indicate general beliefs or opinions. 2. To write an essay about what they would want to visit and what they think they would find there.


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PDC INGLES 9°

AGENDA STANDARD

COMPREHENSION PERFORMANCES

Participa

en

To

conversaciones

en

stories

las

que

expresa

opiniones

e

listen

to

and

broadcast identify

DATE

news

people´s

1st week

ONGOING ASSESSMENT Class discussions

points of view as they discuss their opinions.

Role-plays

intercambia información

sobre

noticias recientes.

To use passive constructions and

2nd week

conjunctions of purpose and reason to

Hace presentaciones

indicate

general

beliefs

Written

or

vocabulary exercises 3rd – 4th week

opinions.

breves para narrar,

Spelling quizzes

justificar y explicar

To express

brevemente

agreement/disagreement in

hechos

y procesos.

5th week

different strengths, ask for

Written and oral quizzes

clarification and illustrate an Comprende

argument.

narraciones noticias

6th week

y sobre

temas de interés.

grammar

Final exam

To create a blog and publish an essay explaining why they would want to visit a country and what

7th – 8th week

Essay

they think they would find there. 9th -10th week

OUTCOME LEVELS Excellent (A)

Outstanding (B)

Average (C)

Low (F)

To discuss about personal topics like identity, preferences, and anecdotes using Present, Past, and Future structures.

To understand and participate in conversations about personal topics like identity, preferences, and anecdotes using Present, Past, and Future structures.

To recognize the vocabulary relating personal topics like identity, preferences, and anecdotes and identify some grammar structures.

To struggle with conversations about personal topics like identity, preferences, and anecdotes using Present, Past, and Future structures.

and


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CONNECTION WITH OTHER SUBJECTS Students will use general knowledge to develop discussions in class and will read about different cultural aspects.

CLASS RESOURCES  Spanish – English Dictionary  English Assignment  English notebook  CD player  Web 2.0  Flat screen  Video Beam  Folder (To keep the assignment)  Pencil Case

REFERENCES  ONLINE DICTIONARY: www.wordreference.com, www.cambridgeonlinedictionary.com  ENGLISH GRAMMAR ONLINE 4U: http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/present-perfectsimple

 MY ENGLISH TEACHER.NET: http://www.myenglishteacher.net/irregular_verbs.html  NEW AMERICAN FRAMEWORK ONLINE: www.webframework.net  MAIN PAGE TO CREATE A BLOG: www.blogger.com


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SPELLING QUIZZES WORD REFERENCE

Spelling Vocabulary # 1

Quiz date: __________

No.

Word

Part of speech Meaning

1

Alibi

Noun

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Boast Broadcast Convict Dealer Former Gangster Hitman Kamikaze

Verb Verb Verb Noun Adjective Noun Noun Noun

10

Media

Noun

Spelling Vocabulary # 2

A form of defense, an attempt by a defendant to prove he was elsewhere when a crime was committed; an excuse. To brag about one´s own accomplishments. To transmit a program by television; to make widely known. To prove someone guilty. A person that buys or sells illegal drugs. Previous; being the first of two persons or things mentioned. A member of a criminal gang. A person that makes a living of killing other people for money. A Japanese pilot in World War II trained to make a suicidal crash; An aircraft loaded with explosives used in a suicide attack. The instruments of news communication, as radio, television, and newspaper.

Quiz Date: _________________

No.

Word

Part of speech

Meaning

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Allege Beat Bid Burglar Concourse Eye-witness Journalism Rather Update Weary

Verb Verb Verb Noun Noun Noun Noun Adverb Verb Adjective

To affirm; to declare without proof. To strike or hit repeatedly; to defeat. To request something; to offer to pay a certain price. A person who steals personal items from another person´s home. A large, open space for the passage of crowds. A person who has seen something and can testify to it firsthand. The occupation, writing, collecting, editing, and publishing of news. Preferably; more accurate or precise. To revise or bring up to date; to modernize. Exhausted; tired; feeling fatigued.

Spelling Vocabulary # 3

Quiz Date: ___________

No. Word

Part of speech Meaning

1 2 3 4 5 6

Noun Verb Verb Noun Verb Verb

Advertising Aim Attempt Bias Display Recruit

The job of preparing advertisements for publications or broadcast. To direct a weapon; to direct purpose. To make an effort to do something. Prejudice. To put forth or spread; to put in view; to show off. To enlist someone for military purpose; to look for someone as for a


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Reliable Rely Revenue Stem

Adjective Verb Noun Verb

Spelling Vocabulary # 4

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service. Dependable. To trust or depend. The profit, income, returns from a business. To stop or retard the process or flow of something.

Quiz Date: __________

No.

Word

Part of speech

Meaning

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Advice Facilities Keen Random Range Resolute Scoop Stalk Stubborn Willful

Noun Noun Adjective (Slang) Adjective Verb Adjective Slang Verb Adjective Adjective

Suggestion or recommendation. Accommodations or buildings that offer certain service. Great. Done or make in a way that has no specific pattern or purpose. To arrange in a certain order. (Noun) An area of activity. Coming from or characterized by determination. An exclusive news report. To approach in a quiet manner. Inflexible; difficult to control, handle, or manage. To have determination or desire to do what is required.

Spelling Vocabulary # 5

Quiz Date: _____________

No.

Word

Part of speech

Meaning

1 2

Baguette Chopsticks

Adjective Noun

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Cleft Futon Jagged Pygmy Steep Undergo Vending Whisker

Noun Noun Adjective Noun Adjective Verb Adjective Noun

To have a long, narrow, rectangle shape. Slender sticks of wood, Chinese in origin, used in pairs of two as eating utensils. The result of splitting.

Spelling Vocabulary # 6

Serrated; having sharp notches. A very small person or animal; a dwarf. Having a very high inclination. To have the experience of; to be subjected to. Something that sells The long hairs near the mouth of a cat or a dog.

Quiz Date: __________________________

No.

Word

Part of speech Meaning

1 2 3

Allowance Antelope Graze

Noun Noun Verb

A regular amount of money. A slender, long-horned, swift-running animal. To feed upon growing grasses or herbage.


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Mud Overcome Roar Shrug Slope Strain Wigwam

Noun Verb Verb Verb Noun Verb Noun

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A mixture of water and earth. (Slang) An insulting remark. To prevail; to conquer or defeat. To produce a deep prolonged sound of excitement; to laugh loudly. To raise the shoulders briefly to indicate doubt or indifference. An upward or downward incline, as a ski slope. To stretch beyond a proper limit. An Indian dwelling place.


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