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Basic 6 - U5B Personal Heroes

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Transcript of Basic 6 - U5B Personal Heroes

I
look forward
to the summer!
I
look forward
to Christmas!
I
look forward
to going to the concert.
Lesson B

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Personal Heroes

Phrasal Verbs with LOOK
look forward
/
look up to
/
look for
Work shifts
Making a difference
In which jobs, a person can make a difference in other people's lives?
Who is your
personal
hero?
My personal hero is my _________, because _________________.
Regular Verbs
Rules for the Past Tense
My personal hero is my grandmother, because she was sweet, lovable and always there for me.
I
look up to
my mother. She's a great person
I
look up to
Lionel Messi. He's an excellent soccer player.
I am
looking for
my keys!
Where are they?
(name)
wants to work as a
___(job)__
. He/She wants to for
__(company)__.
He/She wants to work with
__(people, things)__
Jose wants to work as a
pediatrician
. He wants to work for
Ricardo Palma Clinic
. He wants to work with
children.
I look up to ___________. I admire this person because _____________.
What is your dream job?
1st shift (morning):
8 am - 4 pm
3rd shift (night):
12 am - 8 am
2nd shift (afternoon):
4 pm - 12 am
A
(job)
works the
( )
shift. The good thing about this shift is that you can
(action).
The bad thing about this shift is that you can't
(action)
move
visit
play
study
stop
(ends in vowel)
(ends in consonant)
(ends in vowel + y)
(ends in consonant + y)
(consonant, vowel, consonantl)
moved
visited
played
studied
stopped
More Regular Verbs
need
work
live
cook
listen
smile
laugh
stay
watch
learn
walk
like
play
talk
look
help
check
What did they do yesterday?
Regular Verbs
John and Michael
Juliet
Alex
Susan
Writing
My hero
1. Who is your hero?
6. Why is he/she your hero?
5. When did he/she died? / What does he /she do now?
4. What important thing did/does he do in his life?
2. What was he/she like?
My hero is my grandmother. She was a sweet, loving person. When she was young, she got married in Trujillo and moved to Lima. At first, she didn't have much money, but she and my grandfather worked hard and bought a house.
She started her own business, sewing clothes for other people.
She always helped others, especially her brothers and sisters.
She died 3 years ago, but I will always admire her.
I look up to her because she was a great woman and a beautiful grandmother.
3. What was difficult for him and what did he/she do about it?
We think the
"Hero of the Year"
award should go to ___*name*__ because __________________.

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