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I3W1D1 Tuesday

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on 3 June 2016

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Transcript of I3W1D1 Tuesday

Mental training
Practice your mental training with your coach and repeat with confidence
"We are E4CC, We are the best"
What are your goals?
What are you doing to achieve them?
You are very successful!
Mistakes are part of the process for success!
"Today is a great day"
"I am very successful"
"Mistakes are good"
1. "Authority position"
Grammar review
Your coach will explain to you the following grammar chart. Pay attention
Read the following text and answer the question
Grammar test
Solve the following grammar test using the grammar you have learned
Fluency diet review
Review stars/goal/melody and have all students practice the repetitions
Compare images
Compare these images and give your opinion about how they look
- The Police

Pair up and answer the questions below. Then share your answers with the class
Role play
Make couples, select a role play and act it out.
Grammar test
Solve the following grammar test using the grammar you have learned
Talk about 2 situations when you would call the police and why.

Have you ever needed the police? Share your experience.

What do you think about the security system in El Salvador?
Different countries have many different ideas of what a crime is, and which are severe enough to be treated as felonies. Some things are crimes in one country, and some things are not crimes in other countries.
In most countries, the police tries to stop crimes and to find criminals. When the police finds someone who they think might be a criminal, they usually hold the person in a jail. Then, usually, a court or a judge decides if the person really did a crime. If the court or judge decides that the person really did it, then he or she might have to pay a fine or go to prison. Sometimes the judge might decide that the criminal should be executed (killed). This is called Capital punishment (or Death Penalty). There are countries in the world who execute criminals, and others who do not.
What did you understand from the reading?
What words didn't you understand?
Do you agree on Death Penalty?
Do you think it would be a good idea to apply Death Penalty in El Salvador? Why?
Where are they from?
Mention 3 differences between the 2 images
Describe a woman from picture 1 and describe another woman from picture 2
Picture 1
Picture 2
Role play 1
Role play 2
You're driving very drunk, police stops you, bribe the police because you don't want to go to jail.
You're a police officer, your salary is very low.
You are a thief and you break into a house, you don't know that is a police officer's house.
You are a police officer and you listen to some noises in your house, put the thief in jail.
Simple Past
S + verb in past + complement
1. I ____ a big soda.
a) buyed
b) bought
c) buying

2. Did you ____ the car?
a) repaired
b) repairing
c) repair

3. I ____ a delicious salad.
a) cooking
b) cooked
c) cooks
4. They ___ to the plan and they won.
a) stick
b) stack
c) stuck

5. Clinton ____ the lesson
a) didn't unterstood
b) didn't understand
c) did understand

Choose the correct answer
Find the mistake
1. He didn't found the place.
2. Where did you wented last year?
3. My uncle swimmed in the river.
4. When did you comed to El Salvador?
5. The doctor taked the train.
Wh questions
How long...?
How many...?
How much...?
How often...?
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.
Tell me about your last vacation
45 seconds non-stop
10 repetitions each
Grammar review
Your coach will explain to you the following grammar chart. Pay attention
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