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English in class

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Pamela Vallvé

on 5 September 2013

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Transcript of English in class

In class
Speaking about us
Hi! We are Agustina and Pamela. We're best friends. We are in 7°A. We're 12 years old. We like listening to music, we love One Direction. We love eating Nutella. Pamela's favourite colour is RED. Agustina's favourite colour is VIOLET.
Listening to Songs
Project our glossaries
Reading -
'The Amish in USA'
The Amish, sometimes referred to as Amish
Mennoties, are a group of traditionalist Christian church fellowships that form a subgroup of the Mennonite churches. The Amish are known for simple living, plain dress and reluctance to adopt many conveniences of modern technology. In the early 18th century, many Amish and Mannonites emigrated to Pennsylvania for a variety of reasons.Today, the most traditional descendants of the Amish continue to speak Pennsylvania German, also known as Pennsylvania Dutch.
Listening - Escuchamos cds en clase. Este diálogo empieza así.
Tom: What are you doing, Claire?
Claire: I'm washing my clothes, Tom
Tom: Haven't you got a washing machine?

Beliefs or Religion: They believe in life after death, for that reason they bury their dead with objects they used in life.

Clothing is one of the most distinctive features of the Mapuches Culture. Women wear küpan, a large mantle of cloth that covers from the shoulders to the ankles. They cover themselves with an ikülla, a black cloak with a color strip. , Men wear aread wide belt called a trarushiripa and blanket similar to a poncho called makuñ
Mapuches (people of the Earth)
Verb to be
I --> Am
You --> Are
We --> Are
They --> Are
She/He --> Is
Present Continuous
Action now
Action at the moment of speaking
Verb to be + AM, IS, ARE + Verb ___ing
I'm living in Argentina
They are singing
Agustina Brizuela & Pamela Vallvé
Estamos haciendo un proyecto: Glosarios para los mas chicos.
Leímos sobre distintos grupos religiosos en otras partes del mundo.
En clase también utilizamos la compu para hacer juegos de gramática y vocabulario.
En clase estuvimos investigando sobre grupos originarios que aun habitan nuestro país. Dimos clases especiales con material autóctono y escuchamos canciones en el idioma original. Las familias se quedaron sorprendidas y todos nos felicitaron.
En gramática vimos un montón de temas : Verbo to be, Presente Simple, Presente Continuo, Pasado Simple , entre otros.
Silvina Campos
Escuchamos canciones y cantamos en clase
246 Angel Gallardo Street
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