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FORM Be Going To
[am/is/are + going to + verb]
I
will
play
You
will
play
He
will
play
She
will
play
It
will
play
You
will
play
We
will
play
They
will
play
I
will not (won't)
play
You
will not (won't)
play
He
will not (won't)
play
She
will not (won't)
play
It
will not (won't)
play
You
will not (won't)
play
We
will not (won't)
play
They
will not (won't)
play
Will
I play?
Will
you play?
Will
he play?
Will
she play?
Will
it play?
Will
you play?
Will
we play?
Will
they Play?
Grammar review
I am going to eat
You are going to eat
He is going to eat
She is going to eat
It is going to eat
You are going to eat
We are going to eat
They are going to eat
Positive
I am not going to eat
You are not going to eat
He is not going to eat
She is not going to eat
It is not going to eat
You are not going to eat
We are not going to eat
They are not going to eat
Negative
Am I going to eat?
Are you going to eat?
Is he going to eat?
Is she going to eat?
Is it going to eat?
Are you going to eat?
Are we going to eat?
Are they going to eat?
Questions
Contractions Examples
I'm not going to eat or I'm not gonna eat
Contractions example
I'll play
Talk about it
What are your plans for today?

Listen to your coach, and then practice with a classmate.
Example:


Well , let me see/think.
First
I'm going to go home,
later
I will have lunch
after that
I'm gonna watch tv for a while

and then

I will sleep

the whole day.
that's it/that's pretty much it/ that's all...

what about you???
What will happen next
Die
Eat
Take off
Discuss with your friend what will happen next?
Role play
Example:
Kid:
May I go to the park?
Dad:
Who are you going to go with?

What time are you going to come back? Where are you going to go?
Wrap up
Make couples and practice the following role play with at least 3 different people and then do it in front of the class.
A:
Ask your dad for permission to go to the park.
B:
Ask your son/daughter questions about why they want to go to the park and with who.
Pair up and answer the following question with your partner
What are you going to do when you get your first paycheck?



jump
Solve the following test using the grammar you have learned:
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention and give your own examples
Form will
[will + verb]
1. ____ go to McDonald's?
a. He go
b. He will
c. Will he


2. What time will he wake up?
a. At 9:00 am.
b. On 9:00 pm.
c. In 5:00 pm.



3.Where will he take a shower?
a. At 10:00 am.
b. In the bathroom.
c. On his bed.


4. When will he go to study?
a. Yesterday.
b. Tomorrow.
c. Last Friday.


Discipline check
S1
S2
Role play
A.
You are a waitress or a waiter, take the order.
B.
You are a customer, order food and drinks
Example:
A.
Hi welcome, how may I help you?
B.
Can I have a menu please?
A.
Sure, what are you going to eat?
B.
Let me see... I am going to order a hamburger
A.
Are you going to drink something?....
B.
Yes, I will have a soda please
A.
Here you go...
B.
Thanks
A.
You are welcome, Enjoy your food!
Your coach will give you a demonstration. Then make couples, practice the role play and act it out in front of the class
S1
S2
w

COMPETITION
Positive
Negative
Question
Sentence Race
Your coach will split the class in 2 groups, then 2 students will come to the front and write a sentence, the team with more sentences after 1 minute will win.
Team 1: _______________
Team 2: _______________
Wake up
Eat
Take
Prepare
Go
Walk
Cook
Get up
Have
Get
Make
Visit
Run
Prepare
Basic 1
expectations
Express ideas in future
with fluency
(8 sentences/30 Seconds).
Be able to use pronouns
(possessive/object/subject).
Express numbers
and prices.
Know the alphabet
Identify body parts.
and how to spell
Express Dates
properly.
Pronounce common
vocabulary properly.
words.
PRONUNCIATION
REVIEW
Tu coach te enseñará óomo hablar correctamente cada día, hoy toca practicar un sonido muy común en inglés, la letra R.
R sound at the beginning of words
Road
rain
read
R sound in the middle of words
arrive
early
hurry
rice
Rapid
very
original
R sound at the end of words
Car
year
door
poor
star
he likes to
r
ead, specially when it
r
ains.
they always a
rr
ive to e4cc ve
r
y ea
r
ly.
his ca
r
has a sta
r
on the doo
r
.
ON/IN/AT
PREPOSITIONS
REVIEW
1. The book is ___ the table.
2. I study English ___ e4cc.
3. My wallet is ___ my pocket.
4. I will put the laptop ___ your backpack.
In, On
At
5. My mom is ___ the supermarket.
6. The dog will run ___ the street.
7. Write it down ___ your notebook.
8. I will see you __ the door.
Write down the correct preposition for the following sentences on your notebook, get ready to pass to the front, write down the correct answer and read it!
The team with more homework wins!!!!
WILL
FORM
GRAMMAR
TEST
FINISH
RECOVERY
TIME
AUTOMATIC
FLUENCY
Linking Words
Stand up and review stars/goals/melody, then choose a couple and answer the questions. Ask for details using WH questions.
1. What
will
you do today?
Wh questions
- What...?

- Where...?

- When...?

- Who...?
- Which...?

- Why...?
- Who...with...?
- How...?

To begin with
,
first
,
then
,
later
,
and
,
after that
,
of course
,
indeed
,
in fact
,
later on
,
to continue.
30
Seconds
Sentences
TIME
COMPETITION
SUPER
IMPORTANT!
COMPRA TU LISTA DE VERBOS Y GUIA DE GRAMÁTICA EN RECEPCIÓN PARA FACILITAR TU APRENDIZAJE

Y PRACTICALA
TODOS LOS DÍAS
RECUERDA
DISCIPLINE
CHECK
Get 3 to 4 students and check their homework!
Homework for tomorrow:
- Revise past vocabulary
- 10 to 15 phrases in format
- 30 recorded repetitions
(Use your Assistants)
What is a mentor?
A mentor is someone who offers experience, wisdom, guidance, and encouragement.
Also demonstrates superior leadership.

Why is it important to help others?
Mentor's Profile
Willing to help others
Good grammar knowledge
(Simple tenses)
Energetic / Charismatic / Patient
Good pronunciation and intonation
The Four A's for Expressing Gratitude
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