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Touchstone 2 Unit 4 "Celebrations"
Transcript of Touchstone 2 Unit 4 "Celebrations"
Celebrations can be special days in people's lives, like a birthday, or a special day for a culture, like New Year's Day. Make a list of special days for individuals and another list for special days in Korean culture.
LESSON A: "Birthdays"
When we say dates and numbered expressions that follow a progression we sometimes use "ordinal numbers."
I was born on July
My birthday is on the
This is the baby's
Practice saying your birthday with your partner.
Talking about the future with the verb phrase "
be going to
Statements: subject + be +
+ verb + object
We're going to go out for dinner.
Yes/No Q's: be + subject +
Are you going to have a big wedding?
Information Q's: Q word + be + subject + going to + verb
What are you going to do on your birthday?
Be going to
is used to talk about plans, especially when a person has already made a decision:
I'm going to buy Mom something special.
Be going to
is used to make preditictions about future events:
She's going to be a great lawyer.
It's going to rain.
Practice: Talk with your partner about what you are going to do this weekend?
LESSON B: "Special Days"
We can use indirect objects to tell "who" we are going to "do" something for. Three of the most common verbs used with indirect objects are: buy, give, and send.
I'm going to buy
Damian isn't going to give
Would you like to send
Object pronouns (me, you, her, him, us, them) may also be used as indirect objects.
Talk with your partner about some of the things you are going to do for your friends and family.
Unit 1-3 Checkpoint
Page 30 Vocabulary Notebook
"Under the Weather"
Feel better, sick
Stay home, in bed
Take a break, medicine
do/get/have a checkup
get/have a headache
be/feel/get/stay in shape
get/have/take a vacation
get/have a cough
be/get/go to/have/see a doctor
Page 31, Exercise 1
Teri: Hi. How are you doing?
Ruth: Not bad. Actually, I have a cold again, but I'm OK.
Teri: Oh, that's too bad. So, what are you doing?
Ruth: My classmate Sally's here. Were planning an end-of-term party. Everybody wants some live music this year, but we don't know any good bands. How about you? Are you doing anything special today? What's that music? Are you listening to the radio?
Teri: No, that's my brother. He's playing his guitar. He practices every morning.
Ruth: Wow! He's good. Hey, is he free on Saturday? Does he want to play at our party? We need someone like him.
Teri: Are you kidding? He's only ten!
Page 31 Exercise 2
Page 32 Exercise 4
3. to ___ or ___-ing
4. base form of verb (ex. "I can't sing")
5. to ___ or ___-ing
Pair Work (Page 36 Activity B)
Talk about special days or events you are having this year. When are they? How are you going to celebrate them?
We can use the present continuous or "be going to" to talk about future plans.
The present continuous is often used to talk about plans
with specific times or places
for New Year's Eve?
to the Sea Grill for dinner.
friends there at 8:30.
"Be going to" is usually used to talk about plans when the specific time or place is unknown or unimportant.
going to do
for New Year's Eve?
're going to go
somewhere for dinner.
're going to meet
some friends for dinner.
"BE GOING TO"
It's going to be fun!
It's going to snow tomorrow.
LESSON C: "IT DEPENDS..."
When we are describing something and making a list, sometimes it is not important to say everything on the list, especially if the listener already knows what you are talking about. In that case, you can use the following expressions in the place of a complete list:
...and stuff (like that).
...and things (like that).
Practice: Use vague expressions to describle the DongA Fall Festival that is happening this week. What are the foods and drinks available? What is the entertainment? What are some things that people can do?