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B08

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Transcript of B08

When

2 English is Confusing
3 Jerry decided to buy a gun
4 The Final Phone call
5 It was an Old worthless Clock
6 When I retire, we will see the world
7 The Doctor's Almost perfect Children
8 Take This Job and Shove it
9 Where Did That Book Go?
10 Pedestrian Safety
11 San Francisco Recycling
Dates to remember
e-resources
Videos
1. Can - to be able to do something.
2. What kind of music/movies do you like?
e-readings
e-practice
e-exams
You will work in pairs to
create a conversation that integrates some of the grammar, vocabulary, and speaking strategies of the three units covered in the course. Your presentation should include visual aids.
(cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr
ALP Descriptors
0
Presentation off task
No presentation or submmission of work
Demonstrated neither thought nor effort
1
Presentation lacked planning and creativity
Presentation was poorly structured
Inadequate or no use of visual aids
Poor delivery and difficult to follow
2
Competent presentation
Adequate delivery
Mostly clear and logical
Good use of visual aids
Some grammar and vocabulary problems,
but message mostly understandable.
3
Effective and creative presentation
Meticuluous delivery
Very good use of visual aids
Carefully prepared presntation
Logically structured presentation
e-videos
A
B
C
Listen
Carefully
Tells
his / her
story in 3 minutes
3
A
B
C
Listen
Carefully
Repeats the
story told by
A in 2 minutes
A
B
C
Listen
Carefully
2
Repeats the story told by
A & B in 1 minute
1
That's Amazing
kәn
can
kӕn
can't
ә
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Pronunciation
could
/kud/
http://www.uiowa.edu/~acadtech/phonetics
/#
couldn't
/kudn/
Procedure

The teacher chooses one of the topics covered in the course, and writes it on the board.
Students are told to write whatever comes to mind about the chosen topic for approximately 5 – 10 minutes, depending on the level.
Students should be reminded not to worry about spelling, grammar, capitalization or punctuation.
The most important part of the activity is to keep words flowing at all times.
This activity can be carried out once or twice during the month.
For the effectiveness of the activity, it’s essential that all these procedures be followed as described above.
Health
Energy & Stress
Vocabulary
What do you do? Do you study or work a lot?
What do you do when you want to relax?
Mention at least three things.
He has a beard
allergy,
migraine, cold,
backache, hangover,
upset stomach,
cramp, rash
Health
Problems
Imperatives
What do you do when...
...you have extra money?
...you feel tired?
...you get angry?
...you're very happy?
When I..., I...
Grammar
The face
He's clean shaven
http://www.real-english.com/reo/15/unit15.html
Real English Video: Interviews with "can-can't"
In the first paragraph, answer these questions:

What's you favorite movie? What kind of movie is it? When was it released? What's the movie about?
In the second paragraph, answer this question:

What happens in the film? In the film,...
In the third paragraph:

Tell me why I should see this movie.
W
Freewriting
3 - 2 - 1
Vocabulary
He goes to Mancora because he loves surfing.
I present examples because I want you to understand.
She bought that camera because it was cheaper.
Dad cooked because mom was tired.
I study English because it's important.
Some examples.
What word goes after "because"?
A: Who can...?
B: (name) can.
Adventurous people are a risk-takers.
Risk-takers are gamblers; they like
to take chances to reach their goals
and don't like to play it safe.
My partner is (name). He/She is/isn't
a risk taker because he/she...
The best movie of all times
Logline:
Vito Corleone, Don of the Corleone crime empire, assumed the helm of the fledgling family ‘business’ in the 1920s and for almost forty years, built it into a dynasty of wiseguys and ruthless henchmen that would make Al Capone’s gang look like clergymen. Decades later, though, he must pass the reigns of his empire to a reluctant Son, Michael Corleone.

Memorable Moments:
One of the biggest turning points is when Michael Corleone, whose hands are free of anyone’s blood, murders the corrupt policeman (McCluskey) and wiseguy Sollozzo from a rival family.

Why People Love It:
People and critics generally swear by Godfather franchise whenever one of these lists pops up. Plus, how can you dismiss a flick that’s received Oscar after Oscar after Oscar? Performances are second to none (ever), the riveting score is perfect in all senses, there’s nearly flawless editing, and the scenery is fantasticly well-suited.

Best Quote:
Vito Corleone (Brando): “I’ll make him an offer he can’t refuse.”
Vocabulary practice
What kind of movies are you crazy about?
What kind of endings do you like?
Are you into any hobby?
Are you a big fan of someone or something?
When does Donna suggest that you can talk to a partner?
COMMUNICATION
To your partner:
I think that you are a _____ person
because...
QAC
A: (name) Who was your partner?
B: My partner was (name).
A: Is he/she a calm or stressed person?
B: I think that he/ she is a (____) person
because (reasons from the survey)
lack
have a natural...
talented
got __ hit
https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/
ALP
http://www.barryfunenglish.com/
1st. Day
1st e-reading
3-2-1
2nd e-reading
3-2-1
Final
Exams
ALP
ALP
eyebrows
forehead
cheeks
chin
lips
eyelashes
arm
back
chest
foot
hand
head
leg
neck
shoulder
stomach
Body Parts
nose
eyes
Adjectives
broad
long
muscular
narrow
short
strong
elbow
wrist
knee
ankle
toe
hip
waist
toe
calf
shin
L
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T
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Listening Strategy
Make predictions by looking
at the pictures and at the questions.
Do you know 911?
SPEAKING
Talking about health problems
What's wrong?
What's the matter?
I don't feel well
I'm sick.
I have a/an...
My ________ hurts.
I have a/an...
The body
Imperatives
Close your books.
Look at your partner.
Compare your answers.
Don't forget the e-workbook.
Don't arrive late. Be punctual.
Questions:
Do these sentences start with a subject
pronoun, an adjective or a verb?
Is there a visible subject in them?
be good at
give up
has got lots of
posted
L
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T
E
N
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N
G
What's an audition?
Listening Strategy
Listen for information to help
you understand the situation
.
Ask & Answer
I think I would sing..
.
A: What are you good at?
B: I'm good at...
A: What do you want to be good at?
B: I wnt o be good at...
A: What are you terrible at?
B: I'm...
Work inividually
to talk about movie that you saw and about its cast. Use language from units 11 and 12. Don't forget to include visuals in your presentations.
ALP
"can" & "know how to"
Use them to
talk about talents
orabilities that you have or somebody else has.
Use them in their
affirmative and negative
forms.
I can cook lasagna, but I can't make cau-cau.
We can beat Argentina and Brazil in volleyball.
Gaston can cook anything he wants.
Gianmarco can really compose music.
When I was younger, I could run very fast.
Eight months ago, you couldn't speak any English.
What kind of verb goes after "can", "can't", "could" or "couldn't"?
I Know how to play Monopoly.
She knows how to prepare Lasagna.
We are learning how to use "can" and "could"
He doesn't know how to fix a computer.
What word follows "know how to"?
Can you (verb)?
Do you know how to (verb)?
SPEAKING
Offering a compliment
What is Tyler doing with the language when he says: "Wow. I like it a lot".
Ayumi has the ability to paint. Right?
risk-taker
reach your goal
risky
have a chance
communicate
accept the challenge
play it safe
take chance
have a good chance of
adventurous
gambler
ambitious
A: What is something you can do now
that you couldn't do in the past?
B: Well, when I was...,I couldn't...
Now, I can.
A: How did you learn to do it?
B: I...
What kinds of things
do risk takers do?
What's a popular tourist
attraction that you know?
What do people see there?
Reading Strategy
Predict what the reading is about looking at the photos and the pictures.
Star of the
Show
A Sailing
Success Story
Reading Strategy
To scan is to read quickly
to find specific information
.
Mick Jagger was born on July 26, 1943 into a middle-class family in Dartford, Kent, England. His father, Basil Fanshawe "Joe" Jagger (13 April 1913 – 11 November 2006) was a teacher, and his grandfather David Ernest Jagger was a teacher, too. His mother, Eva Ensley Mary was born in New South Wales, Australia, on April 6, 1913 of English descent.
Because & So
Use "because"
to introduce a "reason"
use "so" to introduce
a consequence
You can express with "so" what you express with "because"
John loves surfing, so he goes to Mancora.
I want you to understand, so I present examples.
That camera was cheaper, so she bought it.
Mom was tired, so Dad cooked.
English is important, so I study it.
What kind of word comes after "so"?
What comes before "so"?
Write about the amazing experience. Include at least one sentence with "because" and
one sentence with "so"
Think quietly, for 2 minutes, about an
amazing experience that you've had.
A: What were you thinking of?
B: I once had the chance to...
A: When did that happen?
B: It was (time expression)
A: Tell me about it.
B: ...
For example, in the following text ,
what did the grandfather do for a living?
COMMUNICATION
Good ________ ladies and gentleman.
In tonight's show, I'm glad to introduce
a talented young woman from Mexico
City. Marina Perez can ... and tonight
she's going to...
A: Which of these things would you
like to do before you're 70?
B: I'd like to... because...
A: What else would you like to do?
B: I love... , so I'd ike to...
L
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Listening Strategy
Infer Information
Think about information beyond
the speaker's actual words.
Would you like to be a
movie director?
movie critic?
movie actor/actress?
Why / Why not?
Ask & Answer
Which movie sounds most
interesting to you? Why?

Highlight a word to change the meaning of what you say.
Jack
will cycle to the restaurant tonight.
Jack
will
cycle to the restaurant tonight.
Jack will
cycle
to the restaurant tonight.
Jack will cycle
to
the restaurant tonight.
Jack will cycle to the
restaurant
tonight.
Jack will cycle to the restaurant
tonight
.
Jack will cycle to the restaurant tonight.
Caller
The one who answers
Is _________ there? (Asking for somebody)
May I speak to ______ please?
This is ________ . (To identify yourself)
Could I leave a message?
Tell him / her that ______ called.
Who's calling, please? (To identify the caller)
Ok. Hang on a minute. (To tell the caller to wait)
I'm sorry but he / she isn't in.
Sorry. __________ 's not home. / not here.
Sorry you got the wrong number.
Can I take a message.
SPEAKING
Telephone Expressions
Ask a classmate:
When do you feel ____(ed)?
We're bored by the music.
I was amazed by the movie.
I'm interested in the class.
I felt excited in the concert.
"ing" & "ed" adjectives
adjectives refer to
the characteristics of something.
These adjectives make you feel
the "ed" adjectives.
"ing"
"ed"
adjectives refer to feelings or states experienced by a person. They
are produced by "ing"
adjectives
The music is boring.
The movie was amazing.
The class is interesting.
The concert was exciting.
Ask a classmate:
What's ______(ing) for you?
A: What movies do you have?
B: I have ..., what about you?
A: I have...
Which one would you
like to see?
be in a movie
include
depend
director
shoot a movie
sit around
bring
bother
movie stars
hit
flop
How about being an extra?
Would you like that?
Listening Strategy
Use Background Knowledge
to predict aspects of the listening
The Present Continuous
for future plans
Use it to talk
about pre-arranged plans.
Use it with time expressions
that indicate future time.
You're taking the final exams on the 28th.
Mistura is probably taking place in September.
We're meeting tomorrow at the same time.
Yes-No Questions
Are you coming to class tomorrow?
Is he leaving early today?
Are you having lunch in the same place?
Are you studying B09 next month?
Wh - Questions
What are you doing on the weekend?
When are you planning to work on you projects?
Where are you going on your next vacation?
Why did Clover eat snacks?
What's a consequence of Natasha's job
What does
three-dimensional
mean?
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