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Things to
remember

2 reports
Unit 4: Make an impact / Volunteering (ideas)
Unit 5: Mysteries / (Mysterious) Disappearances
Unit 6: Work issues / Work (Career tips and ideas)
e-workbook
e-videos
e-exams
Make an
Impact

What's the purpose of the letter?
Is there a short introduction before her opinion?
What's her opinion? What's her topic sentence?
Which 3 phrases introduce her supporting ideas?
How many sentences are there in the letter?
Can you see any modals in the letter?
Is there a concluding sentence where Natalia mentions her opinion again?
so...do you want a "2" in this writing?
then include:
A sentence before you topic sentence.
A minimum of 10 sentences.
A couple of modals.
The 3 phrases to introduce your supporting ideas.
A conclusion
Believe It or Not
witness
sought
seemingly
distress call
identified
authorities
vanished
evidence
involvement
incident
outcome
devoted
stranded
theory
routinely
previous
malfunction
observed
trigger
speculated
inexplicable
intuition
Use these modals to speculate about things that happened in the PAST.
The structure is formed by the modals + have + past participle
Speculating
about the past
cargo ships
are huge ships that transport containers
the
tip
of something is its pointed end
roughly
= approximately
Can
you speak English?
Were you able to
walk when you were two years old?
Will you
be able to
speak English a year from now?
Were you allowed to
stay out late when you were 12?
Are you required

to
do any chores at home?
What is something you
shouldn't have
done?
Questions
Lead-in
Focus on the Ask & Answer
Question about skills & possibility
Speaking
Informal Expressions
Exactly!
Definitely!
No way!
Oh come on!
Yeah, but I don't think so
Formal Expressions
You're absolutely right.
I completely agree.
You may be right in part, but...
I see your point, but...
I'm not sure I agree with that.
That seems a little bit extreme.
I hate to disagree with you, but...
You may have something there.
This company
promotes these
events and publishes
these ads, too. What
do you think they are
trying to achieve by
doing this?
READING
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
Today's Workplace
Work Issues
Job Choices
Consider the facts below:
Over the last 20 years, hundreds of cargo ships - many
as big as a soccer field - have mysteriously disappeared
or been destroyed in the North Atlantic and near to the
tip of South America and South Africa.
Final
Exams
ALP
ALP
2nd RD
Report
Reading
Quiz
1st RD
Report
1st day
Important Dates
3
10
17
24
31
7
14
21
1st. Day
1st RD
2nd. RD
RQ &
ALPs
Final Exams
Vocabulary
visionary
aware
escapist
generation
activist
issues
motivated
tradition
circumstances
apathetic
apolitical
atheist
apart
unusual
unimportant
uncommon
impolite
impossible
impatient
incapable
intolerant
insecure
Opposites in English can
be formed with prefixes
At 12, I
was able to
run 100m. in 12 seconds.
Students
are not allowed to
use dictionaries in exams.
Children
must
drink milk to grow healthy.
Driving through a red light
is not permitted
.
Here in Peru, you
don't have to
speak English, but you
have to
speak Spanish.
Peru
should've
hired another coach for Brazil 2014.
Modals &
Phrasal Modals
Ask a partner about an ability you had in the past. Do not use "could"
Ask your partner about something
you were permitted to do in the past.
do not use "permitted"
Ask your partner about permission in the present. Use "allow"
Ask you partner about necessity in the past.
Ask your partner about necessity in the present. Do not use "have to"
Questions about necessity
Questions about ability & permission
Agreeing & Disagreeing
You will work in pairs to create
and to present several visual aids that
promote a certain behavior or attitude.
Your presentations should
include language from
Unit 4.
ALP
ALP
You will work in pairs
to create a presentation that
focuses on an unsolved mystery.
Include visuals in you presentations
What ads have made an
impresion on you?'
Remember
less certain
may have
might have
could have
more certain
must have
couldn't have
What happened to the guy that died in Colca Canyon?
Who built Machu Pichu?
Who killed Alicia Delgado?
Speculate
detective
investigator
accused
perpetrator
clue
victim
kidnapping
kidnapper
suspect
crime scene
ransom
police officer
Some people say that aliens may have built Stone Henge and
some other inexplicable constructions around the world.
Others believe that aliens could have been responsible for the disappearance of some planes that occurred in the Bermuda Triangle.
Some theories state that only a powerful organization could have killed President Kennedy because Lee Harvey Oswald couldn't have done it alone.
Writing
Write a summary of the article "First at the roof of the world".
Start like this:
An article entitled "First at the roof of the
world" by Michelle Gao discusses ... (how /
when / who / etc...). (
Continue with ideas
from the reading but do not copy them
).
What might have
happened to these
people?
Vocabulary
Also, don't forget to use these words or phrases when you refer to theories...
may
might
could
It seems/appears that...
It's possible that...
They suspect that...
They think/They believe that...
cut back on
lay off
stick with
figure out
pass over
find out
hand in
get ahead
give up
come up with
go under
catch on
set up
take off
get by
got behind
get into
get away
get back to
What is to "goof off"?
Do you ever goof off at school or work?
What do you think of
Maier's opinions about work?
Do you agree or disagree with
her ideas? Why?
Listening
What do you do when you goof off?
Ask & Answer
Phrasal Verbs
are verbs formed by a verb and a particle.
The particle looks like a preposition, but
it is not a preposition; it's part of the
verb, and it often changes the
meaning of the verb.
for example,
"give"
isn't the same as
"give up"
"come"
isn't the same as
"come up with"
Transitive verbs take an object, and
in these cases the phrasal verb is separable
lay off employees
lay employees off
lay them off
Not a valid
screenshot
Valid screenshot
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