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B02
e-resources
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ALP Descriptors
0
Presentation off task
No presentation or submmission of work
Demonstrated neither thought nor effort
1
Presentation lacked planning and creativity
Presentation was poorly structured
Inadequate or no use of visual aids
Poor delivery and difficult to follow
2
Competent presentation
Adequate delivery
Mostly clear and logical
Good use of visual aids
Some grammar and vocabulary problems,
but message mostly understandable.
3
Effective and creative presentation
Meticulous delivery
Very good use of visual aids
Carefully prepared presntation
Logically structured presentation
Example:
In picture A, a man is talking on the phone. (Affirmative)
In picture B, he isn't talking on the phone, (negative)
he's ... (affirmative)
Food and eating habits / Food and health
Past
Present
Future
Waiter: Good _____ . What can I get you?
Client: I'll have ________ and ________, please.
Waiter: Anything to drink?
Client: Yes, I'd like ___________ .
Waiter: Anything else?
Client: That'll be all, thank you.
I have tea and bread for breakfast. I don't have milk.
I love stuffed potatoes for lunch. I don't like quinoa.
You study English at Icpna. You don't study at...
You do homework at home. You don't do it in class.
My son loves pasta. He doesn't like legumes.
My daughter loves mac n' cheese. She doesn't like beans.
My dog loves bones. It doesn't eat soup.
This class starts at ________ and it ends at ________.
Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius.
Some people speak Quechua in Peru.
1. Add "s" to most verbs. For example: talk, talk
s
see, see
s
- eat, eat
s
- play, play
s
- like like
s
make, makes - work, works
2. If the verb ends in "y" change the "y" for "ies". For example, study, stud
ies
- carry, carr
ies
3. If the verb ends in s, z, x, ch, sh, add "es". For example, watch, watch
es
- fix, fix
es

wash, wash
es
- dress, dress
es
.
4. Irregular verbs are do, have and go. They change to "does", "has", and "goes" respectively.
Spelling Rules
healthy
healthy diet
balanced diet
terrible diet
lose weight
gain weight
Do
Does
I
You
We
They
He
She
It
Aux
Subject
Verb

Base Form
Complement
A: Is your partner a healthy person?
B: Yes, he /she is very healthy / No, not really.
B: Why?
A: Because he / she (sentence from the chart)
Besides, he / she (sentence from the chart)
He / She also (sentence from the chart)
(All the nationalities) food
International
Fast food
Fish & Shellfish
Kinds of food
A:What do you have for breakfast?
B: For breakfast, I have ______ and ______.
A:And for lunch, what do you have for lunch?
B: For lunch, I have...
A:And what do you have for dinner?
B: For dinner, I have...
Desmond has a barrow
In the market place
Molly is the singer in a band
Desmond says to Molly
girl I like your face
And Molly says this
As she takes him by the hand.

Desmond takes a trolly
To the jewelers store
Buys a twenty carat golden ring
Takes it back to Molly
Waiting at the door
And as he gives it to her
She begins to sing.
In a couple of years they have
built a home sweet home
With a couple of kids running
in the yard
Of Desmond and Molly Jones.

Happy ever after
In the market place
Molly lets the children lend a hand
Desmond stays at home
And does his pretty face
And in the evening
She's a singer with the band.
The story of Desmond and Molly Jones
Sandra interviews...
He's a student at...
He's majoring in...
This term, he's taking...
He's doing...
SAC Visit
1) Click on World Link New Edition.
2) Click on "your book"
3) Click on "student"
4) Click on "crossword",
"concentration", or "dictation"
Good readers pay attention to
the kind of text they are reading
because it helps them to understand
Strategy
Health Habits
Yes
No
Yes
No
Me
My Partner
Peruvian food
Italian food
Mexican food
Chinese food
Japanese food etc.
To compare:
A: What classes is (name) taking?
B : She's taking...
Listening
To compare:
A: So, what do you think?
B: I think this is (subject)
A: What's (name's) schedule like?
B: She's taking (courses) on (days)
and (other courses) on (days)
I'm teaching
You are paying attention.
We are speaking English.
My partner is _______. This month, she's stu......... Basic two. She's st.................. English (reason) These days, she's le................... the ....................... , ......................., and ...................... She's doing .......................... in her class. Her English is improving. She (answer to your question)
SPEAKING
Fusion
Traditional
Vegetarian
tastes
good for
take vitamins
energy
weigh
on a diet
Look quickly at the two readings,
and write the correct title in each.
One title is extra. The 3 possible titles are:
Sweet and Good for You.
Delicious but Dangerous.
Spicy and Healthy.
To
skim
is to read
quickly to find
specific information
Reading
Strategy
a spice is a condiment
In the exam:
Where are you from?
I'm from Peru. / I'm Peruvian.
Not: I'm from Peruvian.
Mistake
This dish is from Peruvian.
This dish is Peruvian.
This dish is from Peru.
What's your favorite dish? Where is the dish from?
Do people eat it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner? What
doest it have? How does it taste?
Here's our menu.
Our appetizers are (A) and (B).
Our main dishes are (C) and (D).
Finally, we have (E) and (F) for dessert.
To drink, we have (G) and (H).
This menu is perfect for all.
For example, (name) likes/doesn't like
(food), so he/she can eat (food), and
(name) likes/doesn't like (food) so
he/she can eat...
H
NH
X
To begin with...
First of all,
,so here's some classroom language...
What does ______ mean?
How do you say _______?
How do you pronounce this word?
May I be excused for a minute?
You will work in pairs to create a conversation that
integrates some of the vocabulary, grammar, and speaking strategies of the 3 units covered in the course. Include visuals in your presentations.
ALP
Work individually
to present all the members of your family and talk about some things they like and dislike. Also, mention something they are doing these days and what they are doing when you present. Don't forget to include visuals
in your presentations, and use grammar
and vocabulary from the 3 units.
ALP
First day
of class
ALP
Reading
Quiz
Final Oral & Written
Important Dates
ALP &
Grades
e- exams
e-workbook
e-videos
e-readings
Activities and Interests
Vocabulary
A: Besides English, are you studying
any other subject?
Yes, I am. I'm studying....
No, I'm not. I'm only studying English.
A: What's (name) doing?
B: (sentence)
watching a video
watching a movie
reading a magazine
reading a book
reading the newspaper
playing the piano
playing the guitar
playing soccer
playing volleyball
playing basketball
playing a sport
playing a musical instrument
More activities
B:
Everyday Activities / At school
A: Hello?
B: Hey, (name). It's (name)
A: Hi, (name). How are you doing?
B: Fine. How about you?
A: So-so
B: Yeah? What's wrong?
A: I'm waiting for the bus. It's late!
B: Sorry to hear that.
A: What are you doing (name)?
B: Not much. I'm watching TV
A: Hello?
B: Hey (name). (__'_)(name).
A: Hi (name). (___) are you doing?
B: Fine. (___ _____ ___)?
A: So-so
B: Yeah? (____'_) wrong?
A: I'm waiting (___) the bus. It's late.
B: Sorry to (____) that.
A: (____) are you doing (name)?
B: Not much. I'm (________) TV.
A: (_____)?
B: Hey (name). (__'_)(name).
A: Hi (name). (___ ___ ___ _____)?
B: (____). (___ _____ ___)?
A: So-so
B: Yeah? (____'_ _____)?
A: I'm waiting (___) the bus. (__'_ ____).
B: (_____ __ ________).
A: (____ ___ ___ _____ ____)?
B: (___ ____). (_'_ ________) TV
For the majority of verbs add "ing". Ex:. talk - talking, sleep - sleeping.
For verbs ending in a silent "e", change the "e" for "ing". Ex.: take - taking exercise - exercising, erase - erasing.
For one syllable verbs ending in consonant - vowel - consonant combination, repeat the final consonant and add "ing". Ex: shop - shopping, jog - jogging
For verbs ending in "y", add "ing". Ex: study - studying, carry - carrying.
Am I explaining grammar?
Are you listening to the radio?
Is he playing soccer?
Is she waiting for the bus?
Is it playing with John?
Are we studying grammar?
Are they eating pizza?
I am explaining grammar.
You are listening to the radio.
He is playing soccer.
She is waiting for the bus.
It is playing with John.
We are studying grammar.
They are eating pizza.
Yes!!The verb and the subject changed positions.
What happened?
The Present
Continuous
is formed with
the verb "be" + [verb + ing]
SPEAKING
What's the difference between:
How are you doing?
What are you doing?
How are you doing?
What are you doing?
What's the difference?
How are you?
Asks for an action
happening "now"
Past
Future
Now
Past
Extended Period of Time
This week
This month
This year
These days
Future
The Present Continuous
for Extended Time
be + (verb + ing) + usually a time expression
FOOD
VOCABULARY
A: What does Leo order?
B: Leo orders...
A: What does Mia order?
B: She orders...
To compare B
Listening Strategy
Listen for the main points
L
I
S
T
E
N
I
N
G
Talking about likes and dislikes
Do you like Indian Food?
Yes! I love it!
Yes! I like it a lot.
Yes, it's ok.
No, I can't stand it.
No, not really.
You can ask for food in general
You can ask for specific food
Do you like fish?
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Drinks / Desserts
The Simple Present
Use the simple
present to talk about
habitual actions routines
and facts.
For things that don't usually change
.
Ordering food at a restaurant
Listening Strategy
Listen carefully for details
I like fruit
I like fruit
I like fruit
I teach English.
I teach English.
I teach English.
Subject
Verb
Complement
don't
doesn't
(
)
Tanya
She
I
I
Michael
He
Are there cooking shows
here in Peru?
Do you cook?
Plan a menu considering
the food preferences of
your guests.
The Dinner Party
Listening Strategy
Make predictions by looking
at the pictures and at the questions.
To make a smoothie, first...
Then,...
After that,...
Next,...
Finally,...
In a dinner party, you have guests.
Your guests are the people you invite.
like
eat
watch
play
drink
smoothies?
at night?
combate?
sports?
beer?
Simple Present
Yes - No Questions
Do you like smoothies?
Yes, I do
No, I don't.
Do your parents eat at night?
Yes, they do
No, they don't.
Does Marnie like Indian food?
Yes, she does.
No she doesn't.
These questions have two possible answers
Do
Does
I
You
We
They
He
She
It
Aux
Subject
Verb

Base Form
Complement
like
eat
watch
play
drink
smoothies?
at night?
combate?
sports?
beer?
H
x
X
X
NH
X
NH
I have breakfast everyday
I exercise
X
NH
X
X
NH
H
Change partners and tell you new
partner about your first partner.
Family members / Family relationships
SPEAKING
My Family
VOCABULARY
Use your partner's answers
to write a short paragraph
My partner is _______. This month, she's studying Basic two. She's studying English (reason) These days, she's learning the ....................... She's doing so-so in her class, but her English is improving. She thinks (answer to your
question)
What's your favorite
place to eat?
A: Do you have a large or small family?
B: I have a...
A: In your family, who are you close to?
B: I'm close to...
Relatives
aunt
uncle
cousins
To talk about age:
How old are you? I'm 72 (years old)
How old is he/she? He/She's...
When were you born? I was born in...
When was he/she born? He/She was born in...
Pronunciation of
possessive
's
There are 3 different sounds
/Z/ - /S/ - /IZ/
indicates possession
RAT is the first sign of the lunar calendar.

Charming, innovative and intelligent
Forthright, inquisitive and intrusive but always in a disarmingly honest way
Excels in business, alert to opportunities
Easy to get along with, hardworking and thrifty
Generous to those you are fond of
Can be easily agitated but maintains self control, gaining many friends
Bright, fun-loving, social, occasionally critical or grouchy
Female rats may be especially frugal, but usually not with their own children
Overambitious at times

Hang out with Ox, Dragon, Snake, Monkey, you’ll get along well. Tiger, Dog, Boar or another Rat will also provide good company. Avoid Horse, and you may want to steer clear of the Rooster and Sheep.
OX is the second sign of the lunar calendar.

Symbolizes the attainment of prosperity through fortitude and hard work
Dependable, calm, methodical
Patient and tireless worker, sticks to routines and conventions
Generally fair-minded and a good listener but difficult to change his mind
With affairs of the heart, the Ox can be naive, not fully comprehending the entrapments of love.
Don’t expect poetry and romanticism. They will be inclined to long courtships.
Charitable by nature, backbone of society
May hold grudges for long periods of time
Knows how to give orders as well as taking them

Stick with the Snake and Rooster, watch out for Sheep!
TIGER is the third sign of the lunar calendar.

Symbolizes power, passion and daring
A rebellious, colorful and unpredictable character, commanding awe and respect from all quarters
Impulsive and vivacious, restless and reckless. Loves being the center of attention.
Has humanitarian instincts, loves babies, endangered species
Whatever the current object of adulation is, everything else will take second place
The tiger can be aspiring and adventurous.
Trusting their own luck and charisma to see them through tough times and eventually bring successes
Female tigers are fashion conscious, articulate and liberated
May have large ego, but romantic at heart

The Horse and Dog will provide wonderful friendships; Monkey is not a good fit for you!
RABBIT is the fourth sign of the lunar calendar.

Considered very fortunate
Serves as a symbol of longevity, said to derive it’s essence from the moon
Soul of graciousness, good manners, sound counsel, kindness and sensitivity to beauty
Soft-spoken, graceful and elegant
Naturally reserved, artistic and likely to possess good judgment
Lucky in business, thorough and will shine in fields of law, government and research
Can be cunning, and even ruthless, suave and self-indulgent
Strong-willed and self-assure, pursuing objectives with methodical precision
Ms. Rabbit is delightful and her company is highly sought after.
However, when she feels she’s had enough will drop whatever she is doing to rest

Best Rabbit matches are Sheep and Boar- your opposite is the Rooster!
DRAGON is the fifth sign of the lunar calendar.

Magnanimous and full of vitality and strength
Constantly on the go, egoistical and eccentric, dogmatic, whimsical and demanding,
but never without and band of admirers
Dragon children tend to assume the burdens and responsibilities of a family
Energetic and eager with the potential to accomplish great things.
But, if not careful to contain enthusiasm, can burn up in smoke.
Powerful and difficult to oppose, prosperous, but prone to megalomania and intimidation
Despite his ways is loyal to friends and family
Don’t expect a Dragon to be overly sentimental or romantic
A super positive person
It is said that Dragons born during a storm will lead a tempestuous and hazardous life.
On the contrary, those born during calm seas and heavens will live a more protected and amiable life

Dragons, befriend the Rat and Monkey- avoid the Dog.
SNAKE is the sixth sign of the lunar calendar.

Philosopher, theologian, political wizard, wily fancier- the Snake is the deepest thinker and the enigma
Endowed with a personal wisdom
Graceful and soft-spoken, will gravitate naturally towards the finer things in life
Very beautiful
Generally relies on their own judgment, not working well with others, trusting their own instincts rather than outside advice
By nature is skeptical, but will keep his suspicions to himself
One of the most tenacious signs, never stops plotting and can be viciously unrelenting. Can be possessive and demanding in relationships.
Snake women are the original femme fatale.
If she doesn’t have money and power she will marry into it, and won’t agonize over women’s rights. She will be her husbands’ best asset.

Ox and Rooster are your fellow intellectuals; Snake and Boar do not mix well!
HORSE is the seventh sign of the lunar calendar.

Cheerful, popular and quick-witted, although can be hot-tempered and headstrong at times
The unpredictable horse can fall in and out of love easily
Warmly appealing, has a love of sports, outdoor activities and animals
Natives of this sign are often called playboys or playgirls, but is just as skillful in business as in love
Can be impulsive and stubborn. known for an explosive nature
The intelligent horse is performance and success oriented
Quick to build up speed and quick o lose interest
The lady horse is full of spunk

The Tiger and Dog are fellow idealists and will provide good relationships, the Rat is its exact opposite.
SHEEP is the eighth sign of the lunar calendar.

The Samaritan, righteous, sincere and easily taken by sob stories
Well mannered, even shy. Gentle and compassionate.
At his best, is artistic, fashionable and creative, worst, is easily overcome by emotions, depressed and withdrawn
Dislikes strict schedules and too much discipline and criticism.
Apt to mother and/or smother its object of affection
Generous and containing fantastic luck and fortune
The Sheep is a worrier and tends to be a pessimist and expects others to cheer him up
Knack for turning weakness into strength
Would rather follow others than make decisions, may be criticized for not taking a firm stand when trying to avoid conflicts

Also concerned with their senses, Rabbit and Boar will provide allies- beware the Ox!
MONKEY is the ninth sign of the lunar calendar.

Sign of the inventor, improviser and motivator, a charlatan capable of drawing everyone to him with guile and charm
Quick-witted genius, clever, flexible and innovative
Can solve intricate problems with ease and is a fast learner, no challenge is too great
May have an inborn superiority complex, with a low level of respect for others, or rather, a too-high level of respect for himself
Very sociable with the ability to get you on his side
Never lacking confidence, not matter how docile they appear
Not completely selfish though, more like a child with a delightful preoccupation in himself
When talking to a Monkey, be factual

Fellow “Doers”, the Rat and Dragon, complement Monkeys best. Tigers and Monkeys are not a good mix!
ROOSTER is the tenth sign of the lunar calendar.

The dauntless hero who must look to the earth to survive, he is the most misunderstood and eccentric of all the signs
The epitome of self-assurance and aggression, but at heart can be conservative and old-fashioned
Typically two rooster types, the rapid-firing, extremely talkative type, and the deadly somber observers- both equally hard to deal with
Acute, neat, meticulous, organized, decisive, upright, direct and alert
Outstanding performer that shines when they are the center of attention, could well pursue any career putting them in the public eye

Stick with the Ox and Snake; dedicated fighters- shy away from Rabbit’s!
DOG is the eleventh sing of the lunar calendar.

Very likeable, honest, intelligent and straightforward
Deep sense of loyalty and passion for justice and fair play
Animated and attractive, amiable and unpretentious, can get along with others and is not too demanding
At times will protect the interests of others more than himself
Anger can come in bight flashes, but will die quickly too, it will always be justifiable though
The Dog was born with his defenses up, you will have to gain their confidence slowly
Will work hard when he wants to, otherwise has a certain “lie by the fire” laziness
Can be practical, fearless and the owner of a sharp tongue, unrealistic and outspoken

The Dog, Tiger and Horse are united in their quest for idealism, you will find it hard to relax in the presence of the Dragon.
BOAR is the twelfth sign of the lunar calendar.

The sign of honesty, simplicity and great fortitude
Gallant, sturdy and courageous, will apply themselves to tasks with all their strength
May appear rough on the outside, but beyond the surface is different
A natural person, the original nice guy, popular and sought after
Seeks universal harmony, will have fights but will not hold grudges
Equally known for his wantan pursuit of pleasure- sometimes the saint and sinner can be intertwined
Loyal and thoughtful, will make lasting and beneficial relationships
The boar will grow on you-you cannot do without him!
Will welcome a friend and their troubles with open arms

Stick with emotionally and artistically guided signs of the Rabbit and Sheep- beware the Snake!
A:When was ________ born?
B: He/She was born in (year).
He/She’s a/an (animal)
A:When were ________ born?
B: I was born in (year).
I'm a/an (animal)
There are 2 ways to indicate possession
This is
its
TV.
This is
her
pen.
This is
his
seat.
Possessive Adj. 's
In most cases,
"have"

and

"have got"

are synonyms.
They are not synonyms when "have" is used with food, drinks, and fun.
Talking about
Possession
's
possessive adjectives
Reading
*
+
Is Lucho's family a traditional family?
Father + Mother
Birgit
Sister + Husband
Brother + Wife
Pedro + Lara
Girl
Boy
Bea + Husband
Andrés + Wife
Twin Boys
Wife + Dad x Mom + Husband
Kimora
Annie
Zack
Greet. Introduce yourself and say where you are from.
Say what you do. Say how old you are. Say who you live with and where. Describe your family. Ask questions
A: What is your father's mother's name?
B: Her name is...
Ask & Answer
father
mother
sister
brother
dad
mom
grandmother
grandfather
son
daughter
grandma
grandpa
nephew
niece
Family Members
In laws
father in-law
mother in-law
sister in-law
brother in-law
L
I
S
T
E
N
I
N
G
A: Who is in your
immediate family?
B: In my immediate family
are my (member of family)
A: Who is in your extended family?
In my extended family are...
Are the families in B similar
to your family in any way?
B:
My family is similar to
this family because...
My family isn't similar to
these families because...
A:
Ask & Answer
Nicolas
Francesca
Ignacio
Isabella
Fernanda
add these sounds
when it is possible
to pronounce
add this sound
when it's impossible
to make a difference
Asking & Answering questions about family
What are Maya & Taylor
doing with the language
in the conversation?
A: How many people are
there in you family?
B: There are (#) people in
my family. My dad, my...
A: Do you have any
brothers and sisters?
B:
Yes, I have (#) younger sister(s)
and (#) older brother(s)
No, I'm an only child.
This is Icpna's TV
This is (name)'s pen.
This is (name)'s seat
Fred
Dino
Wilma
Pebbles
Bam-Bam
Betty
Barney
divorced
single
married
seeing someone
boyfriend /girlfriend
ex
Do you read horoscopes?
Possession
Have
Have got
I have a sister and a brother.
I've got a sister and a brother.
My sister has 3 children.
My sister's got 3 children.
has
have
You can use have/have got to talk
about all kinds of possessions.
I have a house. / I've got a house.
He has a car. / He's got a car.
You have a cellphone. / You've got a cellphone.
Think of a famous person and answer
the questions individually and quietly.
Good Luck
in
Basic Three!!!!
How many brothers and
sister does Birgit have?
How many children
does Pedro have?
A: (Name) tell me about your partner.
B: Ok. There are (#) people in (name's)
family. He/ She has...
I drink 3 to 4 glasses of
water every day.
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