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Transcript of BASIC 2
What´s the difference between:
-WHAT are you doing?
-HOW are you doing? Close your books and tell me:
-How is Shinja?
-How is Luis?
-What is Shinja doing?
-What is Luis doing? look on page 52 SPEAKING STRATEGY After activity 5A: In groups of 4
Perform a dialog to the class, one positive example and one negative example (Use different examples from the book).
A: Hi, Justin. How are you doing?
B: Fine. How about you?
A: Not bad. What are you doing?
B: I am cooking huevos rancheros. Delicious!
A: Hi, Selena. How are you doing?
B: So, so.
A: Yeah? What´s wrong?
B: I am singing chicha-metal songs. It´s difficult! LANGUAGE LINK Rules when using present continuous (-ING):
1) When a verb ends with 1 vowel + 2 consonants, add "ing".
Example: (talk) I am talking on the phone.
2) When a verb ends with 2 consonants + 1 vowel, add "ing".
Example: (look) I am looking at you. 3) When a verb ends with 1 consonant + 1 vowel, erase the vowel and add "ing".
Example: (take) I am taking English classes.
4) When a verb ends with 1 consonant + 1 vowel + 1 consonant, double the last consonant and add "ing".
Example: (shop) I am shopping for a shirt. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE ANSWERS:
What are you doing?
What is he doing?
What is she doing?
What are they doing? YES/NO questions with affirmative and negative answers After 6C
In groups of 4, create a dialog using:
- 1 WH-question
- 2 YES/NO questions
Example: 2 students
A: What are you doing?
B: I am watching a movie.
A: Are you watching "Titanic"?
B: No, I´m not.
A: Are you watching "Titanic 3D"?
B: Yes, I am. Example: 2 other students
C: What is David doing?
D: David is watching a movie.
C: Is he watching "Titanic"?
D: No, he isn´t.
C: Is he watching "Titanic 3D"?
D: Yes, he is. COMMUNICATION Pay attention to page 54.
What objects do you know? picture A picture B Spot the differences UNIT 1, LESSON B READING COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS 1) Is Sandra interviewing Derek?
2) Where´s Derek from?
3)Where is he living now?
4) What´s his major?
5) What classes is he taking?
6) How is he doing in his writing class? Listening Tell me class, what are the day of the week? monday
sunday Close your books, listen, and tell me:
What are the school subjects? look on page 56 When answering 2C use complete sentences- Example:
Jada is taking a math class on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Answer in complete sentences:
1) Which class are you taking this month?
This month I´m taking ...
2) How are you doing in your class? Why?
I´m doing ... because ...
3) Why are you studying English?
I´m studying English because ... freshman
senior Look on page 57.
Listen and write the correct questions. Read in groups aloud Complete activities A and C.
For activity C report in complete sentences. LANGUAGE LINK Change these simple present verbs to present continuous verbs:
teaching What´s the difference between asking:
a)What are you doing?
b)What are you doing tomorrow/ this weekend / next month/ this year? look on page 58 On activity B think about the questions for these sentences Interview your partner. Make questions to ask for:
d) how he is doing in his classes.
e) the reason for the classes.
f) what the person is learning his classes. a) Where are you studying?
b) What is your major?
c) What classes are you taking?
d) How are you doing in your classes?
e) Why are you taking these classes?
f) What are you leaning in theses classes? Write your answers in complete sentences.
Then, interview your partner with these 6 questions.
Write your partner´s answers. Unit 5, Lesson B Tell me about foods that are healthy and unhealthy? HOW DOES IT TASTE?
-SUGAR TASTES SWEET.
-COFFEE TASTES BITTER.
-LEMON TASTES SOUR.
-POTATO CHIPS TASTES SALTY.
WHAT DOES IT TASTE LIKE?
-THIS PAPAYA JUICE TASTES LIKE ORANGE JUICE.
-THIS HAMBURGUER TASTES LIKE FISH.
-THIS PIECE OF BEEF TASTES LIKE CAT.
LOSE VS. GAIN:
-I AM LOSING WEIGHT.
-I AM GAINING WEIGHT. VOCABULARY LINK LISTENING HOW DOES ICE-CREAM TASTE?
HOW DOES COFFEE TASTE?
HOW DOES Vocabulary Link What is the teacher doing? The teacher is reading a book. What is the teacher doing? The teacher is jumping. What is the teacher doing? She is shopping at the supermarket. What is she doing? She is asking a question . Look on page 50 LISTENING In pairs on page 51, look at the pictures and ask each other.
A:What is he doing?
B:I think, he is...
B:What are they doing?
A:I think, they are... PRONUNCIATION When you show surprise, what happens with your intonation? Look on page 51, activity 3 and tell me:
Do you rise you intonation with WH-questions or YES/NO questions? -Do the shoulder wave when you lower your intonation.
-Stand up from your seat when you rise your intonation. Extra In groups of 4:
-Look at the pictures and answer the teacher´s questions in complete sentences using present continuous. Example:
T: What is she doing?
S: She is swimming at the beach.
T: What are you doing?
S: I am cooking pizza. VOCABULARY LINK
For the light eater (Appetizers)
Papa a la huancaina
Arroz con pollo
Aji de gallina
Arroz con leche
Mazamorra morada look on page 63 THINK-PAIR-SHARE:
Look at the question. Ask your partner in front and answer.
A: What will you have to eat and drink?
B: I´ll have the ______ and the _____. Now report the information with the person next to you:
She´ll have the ____ and the____. MEALS of the day
BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER Name some foods that are:
-BITTER Using the verb TASTE to compare foods:
Suri tastes like chicken.
In groups: Think about other foods that taste different. Think-Pair-Share:
1)On a piece of paper write the following questions:
a)On most days, what do you have for breakfast?
b)On most days, what do you have for lunch?
c)On most days, whatdo you have for dinner?
2)Answer them in silence.
a)On most days, I have __________ for breakfast.
b)On most days, I have __________ for lunch.
c)On most days, I have __________ for dinner. 3)Ask your partner in front the questions. Take notes as you listen. 4)Now, report with the person next to you:
a)On most days, Clara has eggs for breakfast.
b)On most days, Clara has vegetables and suri for lunch.
c)On most days, Clara has cookies for lunch. LISTENING JUANES RESTAURANT
A: Hello, What can I get you?
B: I´d like the tacacho and cecina.
A: Anything to drink?
B: I´d like the carambola juice please.
This conversation is between a ____ and a ____ in a restaurant.
What´s the difference between a fast-food and regular restaurant? look on page 63 PRONUNCIATION
Look at te following sentences and pay attention to the pronunciation of AND and OR.
I´d like coffee and milk please.
For dinner there is eggs or cheese. look on activity 3 SPEAKING Close your books, list and answer:
-Does Jason like Indian food?
-What food he doesn´t like? Create a dialog with DO YOU LIKE... and exotic foods
-The 1st 3 times disagree.
-The 4th time agree.
A:Do you like sopita de murcielago?
B:Yes, It´s ok.
C:No, not really.
D:No, I can´t stand it.
B:Do you like mono with rice?
A:Yes, It´s ok.
C:No, not really.
D: I can´t stand it. C:Do you like cerebro with vegetables?
D:Yes, It´s ok.
A:No, not really.
B:I can´t stand it.
D:Do you like suri with cecina?
B:Yes, I like it a lot.
C:Yes, I love it. UNIVERSITY STUDENT - PRESENT CONTINUOUS
Write an interview (entrevista) with 3 questions and 3 answers. Then, report in 3 complete sentences. Example:
A:What´s your name?
B:My name is Juan.
A:What´s your phone number?
B:My phone number is 1111111.
A:What´s your e-mail address?
B:My e-mail address is email@example.com
-His name is Juan.
-His phone number is 1111111.
-His e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org