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WEEKEND I1W4D7

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Roleplay
Time
YES
NO
Divide the class in two and argue
the following question.
Activity
Written
Write down why do we have to friendzone some people
Activity
Written
Write down why do we have to friendzone some people
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Form:
[Subject + could + Verb (base form)]
I COULD eat
You COULD eat
He COULD eat
She COULD eat
It COULD eat
We COULD eat
They COULD eat
I COULD eat
You COULD eat
He COULD eat
She COULD eat
It COULD eat
We COULD eat
They COULD eat
COULD I eat?
COULD you eat?
COULD he eat?
COULD she eat?
COULD it eat?
COULD we eat?
COULD they eat?
Positive
Negative
Question
COULD
Recovery
TIME
Discipline check
S1
S2
COMPETITION
SUbject + will + verb (infinitive form)
Form:
I will practice
You will practice
He will practice
She will practice
It will practice
We will practice
They will practice
I will not practice
You will not practice
He will not practice
She will not practice
It will not practice
We will not practice
They will not practice
Will I practice?
Will you practice?
Will he practice?
Will she practice?
Will it practice?
Will we practice?
Will they practice?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS

Simple Future
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar charts. Pay attention.
will
Simple
Future
Subject + verb to be + going to + verb (infinitive form)
Form:
I am going to cut
You are going to cut
He is going to cut
She isgoing to cut
It is going to cut
We are going to cut
They are going to cut
I am not going to cut
You are not going to cut
He is not going to cut
She is not going to cut
It is not going to cut
We are not going to cut
They are not going to cut
Am I going to cut?
Are you going to cut?
Is he going to cut?
Is she going to cut?
Is it going to cut?
Are we going to cut?
Are they going to cut?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS

GOING TO
Simple
Future
Simple Present
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar charts. Pay attention.
Subject + verb (3rd person = verb+s/es)
Form:
I learn
You learn
He learns
She learns
It learns
We learn
They learn
I do not learn
You do not learn
He does not learn
She does not learn
It does not learn
We do not learn
They do not learn
Do I learn?
Do you learn?
Does he learn?
Does she learn?
Does it learn?
Do we learn?
Do they learn?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS

Simple
Present
Subject + verb to be (in present) + present participle (ING)
Form:
I am calling
You are calling
He is calling
She is calling
It is calling
We are calling
They are calling
I am not calling
You are not calling
He is not calling
She is not calling
It is not calling
We are not calling
They are not calling
Am I calling?
Are you calling?
Is he calling?
Is she calling?
Is it calling?
Are we calling?
Are they calling?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS

Present
Progressive
TOPIC
HOBBIES
Retelling
Situations
mock

Drive
astonish
Sob
pull over
interrogate
pull out
stressed
What
happened?
Choose a partner and retell this situation or similar situations that you have had! Then get ready to share it with the class!
Reading
TECHNIQUE
Tarzan's father
was
an expeditioner
sent
by the king of England to explore the jungle. He
lived
in a tree hut with his wife and baby. One day a group of leopards
attacked
them, only Tarzan
survived
.
Then, a pack of gorillas led by Kerchak
found
the
destroyed
house, one of them
found
baby Tarzan and
adopted
him. But the pack leader
rejected
him. Tarzan
grew up
healthy and strong
surrounded
by other animals and
enjoyed
getting in trouble with his friend elephant and his brother gorilla. They always
got
in trouble and
got away
with it.

One day when Tarzan
was
older he
saw
a beautiful woman
named
Jane and
realized
that he was not a gorilla. He
left
everything behind to
spend
more time with her, and his friend
got jealous
and tried to split them.

Then a man
tried
to capture all the gorillas to sell them, but Tarzan killed him. He
went away
with Jane to live in England with her but then he
sailed back
to the jungle to be the king of the animals.
Your coach will read the first sentence. Get in couples and practice reading the paragraph! Be ready to compete against your classmates to see who reads it better!
1) What happened when Tarzan was a baby?

2) What did Tarzan enjoy doing when he was young?

3) What happened when Tarzan saw Jane for the first time?

4) What is Tarzan doing now?
Reading &
Comprehension
Individually write down the answer for the following questions! Be ready to share them!
Vocabulary
Let's practice the following words and describe your hobbies.
Work with a partner and describe the different hobbies.
NEW
Then your coach will select some couples to come to the front and ACT what is the hobby about and the rest of the class will try to guess the hobby!
What's a hobby?

What are your top three hobbies?

What hobby don't you like? Why?
Conversation
TIME
Pair up and answer the questions below. Then get ready to share your answers with the class!
DISCIPLINE CHECK
Coach: check one by one each of the trainees' homework. Choose one of the words, its meaning and ask for a sentence with that word with the tense of the week.
REMEMBER THE KEY OF FLUENCY IS:
REPEAT
REPEAT
REPEAT
,
DISCIPLINE,
DISCIPLINE
, DISCIPLINE
Reading &
Comprehension
Mark Elliot Zuckerberg (born May 14, 1984) is an American computer programmer and Internet entrepreneur. He is the chairman, chief executive officer, and co-founder of Facebook. His net worth is estimated to be US$58.6 billion as of March 2017, ranking him the fifth richest person in the world.

Zuckerberg launched Facebook from his Harvard University dormitory room on February 4, 2004. He was assisted by his college roommates and fellow Harvard students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes. The group then introduced Facebook to other college campuses. Facebook expanded rapidly, reaching one billion users by 2012. Meanwhile, Zuckerberg was involved in various legal disputes brought by others in the group, who claimed a share of the company based upon their involvement during the development phase of Facebook.

In December 2012, Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan announced that over the course of their lives they would give the majority of their wealth to "advancing human potential and promoting equality" in the spirit of The Giving Pledge. On December 1, 2015, they announced they would eventually give 99 percent of their Facebook shares (worth about US$45 billion at the time) to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
Your coach will read the first paragraph, then get in couples and practice your reading skills. Let's see who can do it better and with great pronunciation!
1) Who is Mark Zuckerberg?

2) What school did he attend?

3) What was the business of Mark's father?

4) When did you start using Facebook?

5) Do you find Facebook a useful tool for business?
Reading &
Comprehension
Answer the questions from Toy Story and give your opinion, then get ready to come to the front and share your answer.
FLUENCY
AUTOMATIC
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 are your goals?
2. What are your plans for your next date?
Wh questions
- What...?

- Where...?

- When...?

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

- Why...?
- Who...with...?
- How...?
45
Seconds
Sentences
If I remember correctly, to be more precise, I would like to emphasize that, nevertheless, allow me to say, to be honest, all of a sudden, in conclusion.
10
Conversation
TIME
Pair up and discuss the questions below.
Don't be shy! Share your opinion!
Listening
TECHNIQUE
Listen twice to the following audio and write down any new vocabulary and ask for the meaning of new words.
http://www.rong-chang.com/eslread/eslread/ss/s015.htm
LISTENING
Comprehension
Answer and discuss the following questions based on the audio you listened.
1. What was Barbara's problem?

2. What did her neighbor promise her?

3. What happened the following day?

4. How many times did she go upstairs?

5. What did she do the last time she went up?
Listening
TECHNIQUE
Click on the following link and practice your listening skills
LISTENING
Comprehension
Answer the following questions based on the audio you listened.
1. What kind of restaurant did they go?

2. What did the waitress look like and where is she from?

3. Why didn't she want to give Chet her phone number?

4. Retell what happened 2 months later.


http://www.rong-chang.com/eslread/eslread/ss/s114.htm

Modals
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
would + main verb (infinitive form)
Form:
would
:
Polite requests and unreal actions
I would pray
You would pray
He would pray
She would pray
It would pray
We would pray
They would pray
I would not pray
You would not pray
He would not pray
She would not pray
It would not pray
We would not pray
They would not pray
Would I pray?
Would you pray?
Would he pray?
Would she pray?
Would it pray?
Would we pray?
Would they pray?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
NEGATIVE FORM:
I WOULD NOT PRAY OR I WOULDN'T PRAY

Would
Grammar
Review
SUBJECT + SHOULD + main verb (infinitive form)
Form:
SHOULD:
Used to give advice
I should visit
You should visit
He should visit
She should visit
It should visit
We should visit
They should visit
I should not visit
You should not visit
He should not visit
She should not visit
It should not visit
We should not visit
They should not visit
Should I visit?
Should you visit?
Should he visit?
Should she visit?
Should it visit?
Should we visit?
Should they visit?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
NEGATIVE FORM:
I SHOULD NOT VISIT OR I SHOULDN'T VISIT

Should
Grammar
Review
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Form:
[Subject + can + Verb (base form)]
I CAN drive
You CAN drive
He CAN drive
She CAN drive
It CAN drive
We CAN drive
They CAN drive
I CAN NOT drive
You CAN NOT drive
He CAN NOT drive
she CAN NOT drive
It CAN NOT drive
We CAN NOT drive
They CAN NOT drive
CAN I drive?
CAN you drive?
CAN he drive?
CAN she drive?
CAN it drive?
CAN we drive?
CAN they drive?
Positive
Negative
Question
Contraction:
I can't
can
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Form:
[Subject + could + Verb (base form)]
I COULD speak
You COULD speak
He COULD speak
She COULD speak
It COULD speak
We COULD speak
They COULD speak
I COULD not speak
You COULD not speak
He COULD not speak
She COULD not speak
It COULD not speak
We COULD not speak
They COULD not speak
COULD I speak?
COULD you speak?
COULD he speak?
COULD she speak?
COULD it speak?
COULD we speak?
COULD they speak?
Positive
Negative
Question
Could
Find the mistake
1. I may might help you?
2. He have to has it ready for tomorrow.
Translate
1. Deberías llevar a tu hermano al doctor.
2. Puede que llegue un poquito tarde a la reunión.
Grammar
Test
Solve the following grammar test using the grammar you have learned.
FLUENCY
AUTOMATIC
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 would you do if you were the president for 1 day?
2. How should you get ready for a job interview?

WH questions
- What...?

- Where...?

- When...?

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

- Why...?
- Who...with...?
- How...?
45
Seconds
Sentences
If I remember correctly, to be more precise, as a matter of fact, I am afraid that, now seriously, all joking aside, well then, in the end.
10

1. I _____ in the river.
a) don't swim
b) not swam
c) doesn't swim


2. She_____ to her friend's parties.
a) does go
b) goes
c) don't go

3. She is _____ for a job.
a) apply
b) appling
c) applying
4. Maritza____ go to class on Tuesday.
a) not
b) does not
c) don't
Grammar
Test
Solve the following grammar test using the grammar you have learned.
Practice the pronunciation of the following countries with your coach, then match the name with flag.
Vocabulary
Review
CAnada
China
Italy
Spain
Turkey
England
Germany
Russia
Mexico
Japan
Argentina
Brazil
Portugal
United States
France
Costa Rica
Countries
What is your favorite country? Why?
what countries would you like to visit some day?
would you prefer traveling to another country in a plane, ship, train or car? why?
In your opinion, what country has the best economy?
Job
Get in couples to practice the following job interview questions and get ready to go to the front and get the job.
Interview
Do you prefer working alone or in a team? Why?
Movie
Technique

Scare
Run away
Swipe
Work-out
Collect
Frighten
Hide
Watch the following clip from Monsters Inc. Then your coach will show you vocabulary. Use this vocabulary to retell the story.
Retelling
Movie
Practice with a partner retelling the story, use the new vocabulary you learned. You can also make it up. Be ready to share your answer!
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