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Contents 1- TEXT TYPOLOGY 2- THE MULTILINGUAL REALITY 3- THE MULTILINGUAL SPANISH REALITY 4- THE ALPHABET

Language functions - INTRODUCING THEMSELVES - ASKING AND GIVING PERSONAL INFORMATION. - GETTING TO KNOW THE LANGUAGES AROUND THEM AND THEIR IMPORTANCE - GETTING TO KNOW AND ACQUIRING THEIR DUTIES AND RULES - SPELLING

Objectives - TO INTRODUCE THEMSELVES BY USING AS MUCH INFORMATION AS POSSIBLE - TO MAKE THEM UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF LANGUAGES AROUND THEM - TO MAKE THEM UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF ACCEPTING AND ACQUIRING THEIR DUTIES AND RULES - TO MAKE THEM USE THE ALPHABET IN SUCH REQUIRED SITUATIONS

Grammar and Vocabulary Appendix -

QUESTION WORDS, VERB TO BE, IMPERATIVE, THE ALPHABET. COUNTRIES, NATIONALITIES AND LANGUAGES.

FINAL TASK FINAL TASK – WRITING NEWS – A NEW TEACHER/STUDENT IS HERE. BILINGUAL CENTRE. SCHOOL NORMS AND RULES

Things you need for this lesson … COLOURS, CRAYONS AND SCISSORS


WORD BANK 1 - HELLOING! A) HOW DO YOU SAY ‘HOLA’ IN THESE LANGUAGES? TRY TO GUESS IT.

Arabic –Chinese –English –Estonian –Japanese –Mongolian – Polish –Portuguese –Russian –Slovak –Swedish.

B) GREENTINGS IN ENGLISH. Read the following conversation between our language assistant and your English teacher. EARLY IN THE MORNING LANGUAGE ASSISTANT – TEACHER – LANGUAGE ASSISTANT – TEACHER – LANGUAGE ASSISTANT – TEACHER – LANGUAGE ASSISTANT –

Good morning! I´m the new language assistant. Oh! Nice to meet you! I’m the English teacher at The South High School. Nice to meet you! And, when did you get here? Well, first, how are you? A bit tired, I got here yesterday evening and the flight was awful. And you? I´m all right! Just a bit busy. So, I will see you later, ok? In the while you can take a rest! That’s right! See you then. IN THE AFTERNOON

TEACHER – LANGUAGE ASSISTANT – TEACHER –

Good afternoon! How are you doing now? Hello! I’m much better already, thanks. Ok, let’s start our work! We have a lot to do.

AFTER A FEW HOURS WORKING TOGETHER … IN THE EVENING LANGUAGE ASSISTANT – TEACHER – LANGUAGE ASSISTANT – TEACHER –

I did understand how all this works. Now we can go back home and rest. Yeah! That’s right! It’s enough for a day. OK, I’ll see you tomorrow. Good-bye.

C) First, complete the clocks with the corresponding hours regarding the period of time we are in, i.e. in the morning, … Now, underline all the expressions regarding English greetings and classify them into saying HELLO or GOOD-BYE. Then, discuss when they are used and whether they are polite or not. Finally, add up some other expressions you know and explain them.


WORKSHEET 1 – let’s introduce ourselves!

PERSONAL PROFILE 1ST YEAR OF ESO -

GROUP: _______________

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SCHOOL YEAR : ____________

Name: ________________________

What’s your name?

Where are you from?

Country: ___________________ How old are you?

Age: ___________________ Address: ____________________________________ What’s your address?

I live with: ___________________________________ Who do you live with?

Telephone : __________________________

What’s your telephone number?

What languages

I speak: _____________________

can you speak?

What things do you

I like: ______________________________


WORD BANK 3 – QUESTION WORDS

KEY Who is from France. Whose name is Manuel. Who is 20 years old. Who is Irish. Who has got black hair. Who is fine. Who is blond(e). Whose telephone number has a 5. Who speaks English. Who likes football. Who is from a country whose capital is Rome. Who speaks Japanese. Who is from the USA. Who likes eating rice. Who is from Poland. Who goes to school by bus. Who has breakfast at 8 in the morning. Who has got three sisters.

PERSON

QUESTION Where are you from?

María


WORKSHEET 2 – introducing our teachers A NEW TEACHER IS HERE

Before you read, answer the following questions:   

What is your name? What do you do? Who is your English teacher? Is he/she new?

Now read the text. It is about the new English teacher of the school. Then, answer the questions. A NEW TEACHER IS HERE! Mr. Johnson is here at school. He is the new English

teacher.

Mr.

Johnson

is

from

Cardiff, Wales, and has got many years of experience. He likes Spain and the Spanish culture. “My dream is to teach in Spain I can’t refuse this job”, he says. “I can teach English, but also I will talk about my culture. The students will know about music, cinema, television, celebrities and so on”.

1. What is the name of the teacher? 2. Is he from London? 3. He has got a dream, what is it? 4. Say three things the new teacher will teach. 5. Find Cardiff in the map. You can use a website like Google Earth. Find also Edinburg, London, Belfast and Dublin.

WORK PROJECT 1 – NOW DESIGN AN INTERVIEW FOR A NEW TEACHER IN YOUR SCHOOL AND GET ENOUGH INFORMATION IN ORDER TO WRITE AN ITEM OF NEWS FOR OUR BLOG.


WORKSHEET 3 – Mr. Someone WHO IS IT? Listen to Mr. Someone speaking about himself. Then choose the correct option a), b), or c). -

Who is he? a) Mr. Smith

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b) Mr. Johnson

c) Mr. Adams

How old is he? a) He is 34 years old.

b) He is 43 years old. -

c) He is 38 years old.

What’s his address?

a) He lives at 540 Avenida de Andalucía, flat 3B, in Huelva. b) He lives at 540 Avenida de Andalucía, flat 3C, in Huelva. c) He lives at 540 Avenida de Andalucía, flat 3D, in Huelva. -

What’s his telephone number? a) 959 411 738 b) 959 411 378 c) 959 141 378

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What languages can he speak? a) He speaks English, Esperanto, Portuguese and Spanish. b) He speaks English, French, Welsh and Spanish. c) He speaks English, French, Polish and Spanish.

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What things does he like? a) He likes playing the piano and travelling. b) He likes playing computer games and playing football. c) He likes playing country and classical music.

NOW YOU CAN INTERVIEW THE NEW TEACHER IN YOUR SCHOOL AND GET ENOUGH INFORMATION IN ORDER TO WRITE YOUR ITEM OF NEWS FOR OUR BLOG.


WORKSHEET 4 – our duties and rights A) OUR TIMETABLE – Fill in the chart below with your subjects. If you don’t know the name of a subject, ask your partner or teacher.

Now, we can design a bigger one for the class. B) FILL IN THE CHART – DECIDE WHICH ARE THE SEVEN MAIN RULES IN OUR SCHOOL, AND THINK OF A POSSIBLE PUNISHMENT FOR THEIR BREAKING.

RULES - don’t / do

PUNISHMENT - have to


WORKSHEET 5 – classroom language

I do speak in English in class!


WORD BANK 2 - LANGUAGES AND NATIONALITIES THE ALPHABET TREE A B C D E F G

H I

J

K

L

M

N

O P

Q

R

S

T V

U X

W Y

Z


WORKSHEET 6 – do we know other languages? A) Make a graphic with other languages that you are interested in. 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0%

Serie 3 Serie 2 I speak this I know some I hear it in language words the street

Language 1:

I'd like to know it

100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0%

Serie 3 Serie 2 I speak this I know some I hear it in language words the street

Language 2:

I'd like to know it

100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0%

Language 3:

Serie 1

Serie 1

Serie 3 Serie 2 I speak this I know some I hear it in language words the street

I'd like to know it

Serie 1

B) INTERVIEWING STUDENTS IN CLASS. Answer the following questions. -

Where is your partner from?

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What’s his/her nationality?

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What language/-s does he/she speak?

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What language/-s would he/she like to know?

C) SPEAKING PRACTICE – Tell the class about your languages and your partner’s. WORK PROJECT 2 – LET’S INTERVIEW FOREIGN STUDENTS IN THE SCHOOL IN ORDER TO CHECK THEIR MOTHER TONGUE AND OTHER LANGUAGES THEY CAN SPEAK.


WORKSHEET 7 – languages at school! LEVEL WHO SPEAKS?

WHAT LANGUAGE?

FIND OUT WHO SPEAKS ANY OTHER LANGUAGE-S IN OUR SCHOOL AND FILL IN THE CHART.

PEL COLOUR YOUR BABEL TOWER FROM THE BOTTOM – THE MAIN LANGUAGE AT SCHOOL – UP TO THE TOP – THE MINOR LANGUAGE AT SCHOOL. WRITE DOWN THE LANGUAGES EACH LEVEL.


WORKSHEET 8 – languages and objects from OUR LINGUISTIC MAP A) Listen to your teacher and follow the instructions.

B) TYPICAL OBJECTS – SOUVENIRS - Here you have some common objects. Are you familiar with them? What are they? Where are they from? Item 5Item 2-

Item 4-

From-

From-

From-

Item 3From-

Item 1From-

Item 8From-

Item 6From-

Item 7From-

Item 9-

Item 10-

From-

From-

You can bring your souvenirs to class and show it to your friends.


Reading Plan 1 - language amazing facts…

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ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS.

Do you know any curious fact about your language? Do you know any peculiar fact about English? What is the most spoken language in the world? What are the official languages of the United Nations?

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LISTEN TO YOUR TEACHER READING THE TEXT ABOUT ‘THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF LANGUAGES.’ THEN, SAY IF THE SENTENCES BELOW ARE TRUE (T) OR FALSE (F). CORRECT THE FALSE ONES. 1. There are more than 50,000 languages in the world. 2. 300 languages have nearly disappeared. 3. The shortest word in a dictionary is ‘a.’ 4. 90% of mails are in English. 5. The official languages of the United Nation are Arabic, Chinese, English, German, Russian and Spanish. 6. English is the official language for 1.7 billion people in the world. -

NOW LOOK FOR SOME OTHER CURIOSITIES

ABOUT THE SPANISH LANGUAGE. Spanish is spoken by … -

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE

ABOUT LANGUAGES? YOU MAY WELL READ THE BOOK: Around the World in 80 days, by Jules Verne.


WORKSHEET 9 – speaking and writing a language A) YOU ARE GOING TO LISTEN TO A SERIES OF CONVERSATIONS: a sports broadcasting; a film; the news; an interview and a song. Identify and number them.

B) LOOK AT THESE TEXTS. What kind of texts are they? Identify them

1. A family letter

3. A newspaper article

5. A recipe

4. A comic strip

4. A book

6.

An

e-ma


WORKSHEET 10 – languages through music INTUITION A) Listen to the song below and fill in the gaps with the words in bold. Let us __________ wrong and let's __________ A mistake that turns into perfection I want to see you sliding in my underworld

Love is only pain disguised as a kiss So make me feel it now Let's __________ on with this and the sooner the better

This time I plan to let you win I'll be a victim of my own invention Let us __________ wrong and let's __________ Once and for all What heaven weaves and braids no man shall undo And I've been custom-made for no one but you you know it's now or never

I have a feeling inside (Despacio, despacio, comienzas a caer) And intuition's always been a woman's guide (Te siento, te siento, desde antes de nacer) We've been wanting each other since before we were born (Adentro, adentro te vas quedando) And I will want you even after I am gone (Así, estoy dispuesta a todo)

I have a feeling inside (Despacio, despacio, comienzas a caer) And intuition's always been a woman's guide (Te siento, te siento, desde antes de nacer) We've been wanting each other since before we were born (Adentro, adentro te vas quedando) And I will want you even after I am gone (Así, estoy dispuesta a todo amor) This time I plan to let you win I'll be here in full subordination I'll be devoted to your will Once and for all

I have a feeling inside (Despacio, despacio, comienzas a caer) And intuition's always been a woman's guide (Te siento, te siento, desde antes de nacer) We've been wanting each other since before we were born (Adentro, adentro te vas quedando) And I will love you even after I am gone After I am gone... Get – Begin – Be

B) Identify the performer of the song. Also identify the style: rock, swing and pop.

_______________________________

________________________

_________________________

Style:

C) Now look for the Spanish version to this song and answer the following questions: -

WHO ARE THOSE WITH INTUITION?

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WHAT IS LOVE?

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WHEN ARE YOU A VOLCANO?

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WHERE

DOES

THE

ACTION

START?


WORKSHEET 11 – how do you spell…? -

THE ALPHABET – WHAT IS IT FOR?

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THE WHOLE CLASS AGAINST THE TEACHER - Give me a letter and I am giving you a word THAT STANDS FOR IT. Is your teacher good at this game? Y / N

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NOW, LET’S SPELL - Can you spell your name? Spell also the name of your daddy, your mummy and your granny.

NAMING THE LETTERS IN ENGLISH – WHO KNOWS?


UNIT 1 - WORKSHEETS