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WEEKEND I3W4D7

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Split the class in two groups and debate the following situation
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention and give your own examples
Comparatives
Superlatives
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Form:
{subject+had+past participle}
I had done
You had done
He had done
She had done
It had done
We had done
They had done
I had not done
You had not done
He had not done
She had not done
It had not done
We had not done
They had not done
Had I done?
Had you done?
Had he done?
Had she done?
Had it done?
Had we done?
Had they done?
Positive
Negative
Questions
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
PAST Perfect
To express actions in the past before another action
Your coach will explain the
following words. Use your
own experiences about this topic!
New
Vocabulary
Homophobic
LGBT COMMUNITY
Preferences
Pride
Parade
Tolerance
Sin
Discrimination
Conversation
Time
Partner up. Answer the following questions. Remember this a sensible topic and you need to be respectful!
what is the religious posture of lgbt?
DO YOU THINK THEY ARE DISCRIMINATED? WHY?
should they adopt children?
dO YOU HAVE A GAY FRIEND/RELATIVE?
WHY DO YOU THINK SOME PEOPLE DO NOT TOLERATE THEM?
JOB
Interview
Write down your ideas about the following
question. Then re-read them and share your opinion to the class!
What do you think about gay marriage
and their rights?
Time
Debate
You are a politician and there is a bill/law about the
LGBT community.
You are in favor of the bill
You are against the bill
Recovery
TIME
Discipline check
S1
S2
COMPETITION
Listening
TECHNIQUE
http://www.esl-lab.com/checkin/checkinrd1.htm
Listen to the following audio twice. You can also read the conversation in the web page! Write down everything that you hear!
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Form:
{subject+have/has+past participle}
I have seen
You have seen
He has seen
She has seen
It has seen
We have seen
They have seen
I have not seen
You have not seen
He has not seen
She has not seen
It has not seen
We have not seen
They have not seen
Have I seen?
Have you seen?
Has he seen?
Has she seen?
Has it seen?
Have we seen?
Have they seen?
Positive
Negative
Questions
Contraction: I've seen. I haven't seen
One student will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Present Perfect
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Form:
[Subject+Have/has + been + present participle]
I have been watching
You have been watching
He has been watching
She has been watching
It has been watching
They have been watching
We have been watching
I have not been watching
You have not been watching
He has not been watching
She has not been watching
It has not been watching
They have not been watching
We have not been watching
Have I been watching?
Have you been watching?
Has he been watching?
Has she been watching?
Has it been watching?
Have they been watching?
Have we been watching?
Positive
Negative
Question
Present Perfect Progressive
Grammar
Solve the following grammar test using the grammar you have learned.
1. ____ you ever gone to England?
a) have
b) has
c) had have

2. It ____ working properly.
a) has not
b) hasn't been
c) has be

3. My mom ____ pizza
a) has been eaten
b) has eaten
c) Have been eating

4. Has your sister been _____ english?
a) Studying
b) study
c) studies

5. I Haven't _____ this year
a) traveled
b) Ate
c) Did
Choose the correct answer
TEST
DESCRIBING
SITUATIONS
Any soccer fans here? Watch the following video, enjoy it! And also, get new vocabulary from it! It is pretty impressive!
Retelling
SITUATION
Get into groups and discussed what happened using the new vocabulary. Answer: are you able to do that? Why do you need to do something like that?
What
HAppened
?
Match
Talented
disguised
speechless
scored
humiliated
show off
realized
Wh questions
What...?
Where...?
When...?
Who...?
Which...?
Why...?
Who...with...?
How...?
How long...?
How many...?
How much...?
How often...?
_________________________?
45 seconds non-stop
Linking words:
First, First of all, at the beginning, then, after that, later, however, therefore, as soon as, in the meantime, suddenly, at the end, finally.
Review all the stars/goals/melody and practice in couples.
Automatic
Fluency
Get in couples, you have one minute to discuss a question use all the tenses you have learned.

Remember: BE Creative!
COMBINED TENSES
TOPIC
Politics
Activity
Written
People sometimes say, "If you don't vote, you have no right to complain about a government." What do you think?
Get in groups and discuss the following topic, write down your opinion about it.
Listening
COMPREHENSION
1. What is the first problem with the man's reservation?
A. The hotel confused him with another guest.
B. Rooms are overbooked for that evening.
C. There are no more rooms available for five people.
D. The price for the room is more than he expected.

2. For what day did Mr. Nelson make a hotel reservation?
A. The eighteenth.
B. The nineteenth.
C. The twentieth.
D. The twenty-first.
3. How much is the initial discount on the honeymoon suite after Mr. Nelson complains about the hotel service?
A. $10
B. $15
C. $20
D. $25

4. How does Mr. Nelson respond when the hotel clerk offers to provide him with a free room on his next visit?
A. He thinks it will take a long time for him to receive the free coupon for the room.
B. He feels he should first receive an apology from the manager for what has happened.
C. He suggests that the hotel should give guests an additional 15% discount in cases like his.
D. He implies that he might not visit again because of the problems he has had.
Answer the following questions regarding the audio!
Grammar
Test
Solve the following grammar test using the grammar you have learned.
1) This is the sweeter orange I have ever eaten.
2) Learning English at E4CC is more easy than at home.
Translate
3) He estado visitando a mi hermano, pero vive del otro lado de la ciudad.
4) Soy el más alto, grande y fuerte de mí generación.
Find the mistake
Wh questions
What...?
Where...?
When...?
Who...?
Which...?
Why...?
Who...with...?
How...?
How many...?
How much...?
How long...?
How often...?
Review stars/goal/melody and have all students practice the repetitions.
AUTOMATIC
Fluency
(Use Present perfect and progressive when possible)
45 seconds non-stop
Get in couples, you have one minute to discuss a question for today using the tense learned.

1. Example: have you ever kept a secret?
2.
3.
Linking words:

Firstly, secondly, between you and me, frankly speaking, as far as I am concerned, it seems, however, therefore, as soon as, in the meantime, suddenly, in conclusion.
Politics
Candidate
City Hall
Mayor
Campaign
Congress
Legislator
Government
Poll
Election
This is everyday`s life vocabulary,
make sure you know how to use it properly!
New
Vocabulary
CONVERSATION
TIME
In general, what is your opinion about the politicians in your country
would you like to work in the congress?
where should government focus its attention (education,health,security)?
should legislators have special benefits?
Pair up and discuss the questions,
this is an everyday conversation topic
and you need to be ready for ANY
question ANY TIME.
Make couples and make up a story about a Diet using
the following vocabulary and with the given tense!
Present Perfect / Simple past

Optimism
WONDER WHY YOU DECIDED TO DO THIS
Point of
View Story
eat tomorrows snack
guilt
REAlIZING HOW HUNGRY YOU ARE
REACHING unprecedented levels of hunger
giving up

trying to remain optimistic
COULD / WOULD
Point of
View Story
pay
visit
kiss
talk
drive
celebrate
VISUALIZE
Make GROUPS and make up a story about a INVITING A GIRL ON A DATE using the following vocabulary and with the given modals!
PLAN
Point of
View Story
Now with these modals! Be super creative!
Modal: May/Might
?
pay
might
?
?
drive
?
visualize
Grammar
Test
Translate
1. No he dormido bien en varios días, eso me preocupa.
2. No hemos llegado a la playa, ¡apenas vamos saliendo!
3. Ella estuvo comiendo pizza toda su vida.
4. Él es el más bajode la clase, pero también el más inteligente.

TOPIC
To vs For

Review

Use and change the sentences with both prepositions.
TO
FOR
VS
CONVERSATION
TIME
WhY YOU COME TO E4CC?

why do you want to get a job?

FOR HOW LONG HAVE you been LEARNING ENGLISH?

why do you have YOUR KIDNEY FOR?
Pair up and discuss the questions.
Use the correct prepositions whenever you speak English!
Reading
Exercise/
Here! have 5$ __ buy some food ___ your sister.
I traveled to Paris __ eat french bread.
Hey! I bought a present __ you.
Give this __ your mom please.
I will buy ice cream __ if you do me a favor.
I would be please __ do this __ you.
May you please pass the flavor __ Tommy.
Timothy works in order __ pay his education.
I like __ watch movies, ___ entertainment.
My family likes __ eat beans and turkey.
I like __ swim in the pool.
She is crazy enough __ call her ex.
I did this __ you.
Reading
Exercise/
Mary: Hi Mike! I was wondering if you want ___ go to the movies tonight.
Mike: Oh I appreciate it! But I have __ study __ my spanish test.
Mary: Ohh it's ok. If you want me __ help you, I could.
Mike: Yeah, I think it's a good idea. Come __ my place on Saturday.
Mary: Cool, see you there then.
Mike: I think I will call Denisse __ help me with the grammar.
Mary: That sounds like a great idea!
Mike: Perfect then, I will see you on Saturday around 10 am.
Mary: Great, see you then.
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