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DISCIPLINE
CHECK

Get your homework ready. Come to the front and write one new word. Then, get in couples and practice yesterday's question.
NEW
VOCABULARY
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QUESTION:
Get in couples. And, practice the following warm-up. Then, you will have 30 seconds to impress. Coach, review the
STARS
and
SET THE TONE.
WARM UP
Person A: Where did you get your haircut?
Person B: I went to the
- Barber shop
- Beauty lounge/salon
SIMPLE PAST POSITIVE FORM
SUBJECT + VERB IN PAST
PAY ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING GRAMMAR EXPLANATION.
1. I
WASHED
the dishes.
2. She
WASHED
TV yesterday.
Positive
Negative
1.
Did
you study for the test?
2.
Did
they participate?
1. I
did not do
my homework.
2. He
didn't go
to school.
5 Min
SIMPLE
RECOVERY
time!
WARM
UP
How was your recovery time?
It
was
great I could
Stand up and go around the classroom practicing with your classmates the following question!
5 Min
- Buy snack
- Call..
- Talk to my crush
- Go to the restroom

FLUENCY
AUTOMATIC
Sentences
Seconds
mistakes
How was your last trip?

INTERVIEW: 3 minutes speaking English 0 mistakes
Simple present/Third person rules
CLASS: 30 seconds 10 sentences 0 mistakes
MY LAST
TRIP
TODAY'S
achievements
PRONOUNCE ED
ENDING SOUNDS
Today I can
USE SIMPLE
PAST
TALK ABOUT
MY TRIPS

MENTALITY
DISCIPLINE
VERBAL AFFIRMATIONS
WRITTEN AFFIRMATIONS
VISUALIZATION
MOTIVATIONAL VIDEO
PAST
One
day/week/month/year
Two
Three
Question
AGO
AGO EXPRESSIONS
You use
simple past
for completed
actions
Regular
irregular

RULES
If the last letter of the word ends in a voiceless sound the "ED" sounds as /T/
Your coach will explain to you the ED ending rules. Get ready to give your own examples. Homework: Look up 10 verbs per rule.
ED ending
Rule #1
Rule #2
If the last letter of the word ends in a voiced sound or vowel sound the "ED" sounds as /D/
Rule #3
If the last letter of the word ends in "T" or "D" the ed sounds as /ID/
Sound | Infinitive | Past Tense

(K)
| Work | Work
ed

(P)
| Help | Help
ed


(S)
| Miss | Miss
ed
Sound | Infinitive | Past Tense

(B)
| Grab | Grabb
ed

(V)
| Save | Sav
ed


(M)
| Confirm | Confirm
ed
Sound | Infinitive | Past Tense

(T)
| Visit | Visit
ed

(D)
| Need | Need
ed


(T)
| Wait | Wait
ed
Describe what he did yesterday with the pictures.
15 MIN
SWAM
ATE
DRANK

TOOK PICTURES
BOUGHT
How was your last vacation?
Two weeks ago I
went
to ... and I ...
VISITED

- It was great
- It was awesome
Read the following paragraph, your coach will check your pronunciation.
READING
15 MIN
ACTIVITY
Martin
had
a terrible day yesterday. It
was
the day of his vacation to Spain, but it
was
a nightmare. He
left
the house at 10 o'clock in the morning and
caught
a taxi to the airport.

Martin
went
to the check-in door. When the man who
worked
for the airline
asked
for his passport, Martin
became
very upset. Where
was
his passport? Martin
realized
he
didn't have
his passport with him. What a disaster!
He
went
back into the taxi and
told
the driver to take him home. The driver
drove
quickly and Martin
arrived
back at his house in twenty minutes.

He
ran
into the house and
went
into his room. He
found
his password on the table and
left
the house again. Martin
went
back to the airport. Martin
arrived
at the airport late. His plane
left
for Spain at 11:30. He
was
very angry.
DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AND SHARE YOUR ANSWERS.
COMPREHENSION
10 MIN
SMALL TALK
How
was
Martin's day?
Why
did
he miss the plane?
Where
was
his passport?
At what time
did
the plan leave?
Retell
the story
It
was
too short
I couldn't
Check my phone -
Buy anything -
See my best friend -
Eat my snack -
WAS EXPRESSIONS
- It was phenomenal
- It was boring
- It was on Christmas
- It was in June
- It was last week
- It was in Acajutla
- It was 2 days ago
WHAT did
you do?
WHERE did
you go?
WHO did you
go with?
HOW MUCH did
you spend?
HOW was it
and why?
Story
Flow


PRACTICE
Decide the correct ED pronunciation of
the following come to the front and write T, D or ID.
ED ending
ED ENDING VERBS
Sound Infinitive Past Tense

(T) (D) (ID)
Arrest Arrest
ed

(T) (D) (ID)
Ask Ask
ed


(T) (D) (ID)
Watch Watch
ed

(T) (D) (ID)
Check Check
ed

(T) (D) (ID)
Play Play
ed

(T) (D) (ID)
Wait Wait
ed

(T) (D) (ID)
Visit Visit
ed

(T) (D) (ID)
Brush Brush
ed


(T) (D) (ID)
Determine Determin
ed
10 MIN
5 min
DISCIPLINE
TRACK

Homework for tomorrow:
- Revise past vocabulary
- 10 new verbs or new vocabulary
- 10 recorded repetitions
COACH, TRACK TRAINEE'S HOMEWORK
INTERVIEW: 3 minutes speaking English 0 mistakes
Simple past - ED ENDING RULES - Regular verbs
CLASS: 30 seconds 10 sentences 0 mistakes
simple
past
TECHNIQUE
MAKE UP A STORY
GET IN COUPLES AND MAKE UP A STORY.
SELECT NAMES, JOBS, AND BE CREATIVE.
40 min
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