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WEEKEND I1W4D8

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What will happen next
Die
Eat
Take off
Discuss with your friend what will happen next?
Role play
Example:
Kid:
May I go to the park?
Dad:
Who are you going to go with?

What time are you going to come back? Where are you going to go?
Wrap up
Make couples and practice the following role play with at least 3 different people and then do it in front of the class.
A:
Ask your dad for permission to go to the park.
B:
Ask your son/daughter questions about why they want to go to the park and with who.
Pair up and answer the following question with your partner
What are you going to do when you get your first paycheck?



jump
w
FUN
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
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
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
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
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
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
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
I would eat
You would eat
He would eat
She would eat
It would eat
We would eat
They would eat
I would not eat
You would not eat
He would not eat
She would not eat
It would not eat
We would not eat
They would not eat
Would I eat?
Would you eat?
Would he eat?
Would she eat?
Would it eat?
Would we eat?
Would they eat?

subject + may + main verb (infinitive form)
Form:
MAY:
Used to express possibilities
I may find
You may find
He may find
She may find
It may find
We may find
They may find
I may not find
You may not find
He may not find
She may find
It may not find
We may not find
They may not find
May I find?
May you find?
May he find?
May she find?
May it find?
May we find?
May they find?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
MAY
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
subject + might + main verb (infinitive form)
Form:
MIGHT:
USED TO EXPRESS SMALL POSSIBILITIES.
I might learn
You might learn
He might learn
She might learn
It might learn
We might learn
They might learn
I might not learn
You might not learn
He might not learn
She might learn
It might not learn
We might not learn
They might not learn
Might I learn?
Might you learn?
Might he learn?
Might she learn?
Might it learn?
Might we learn?
Might they learn?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
MIGHT
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Subject + must + main verb (infinitive form)
Form:
MUSt:
Used to express obligations.
I must practice
You must practice
He must practice
She must practice
It must practice
We must practice
They must practice
I must not practice
You must not practice
He must not practice
She must practice
It must not practice
We must not practice
They must not practice
Must I practice?
Must you practice?
Must he practice?
Must she practice?
Must it practice?
Must we practice?
Must they practice?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS

MUST
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
subject + Have/has to + main verb (infinitive form)
Form:
have to:
is used to express certainty, necessity, and obligation.
I have to study
You have to study
He has to study
She has to study
It has to study
We have to study
They have to study
I don't have to study
You don't have to study
He doesn't have to study
She doesn't have to study
It doesn't have to study
We don't have to study
They don't have to study
Do I have to study?
Do you have to study?
Does he have to study?
Does she have to study?
Does it have to study?
Do we have to study?
Do they have to study?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS

Have to
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Can
Could

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
Modals
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
I would eat
You would eat
He would eat
She would eat
It would eat
We would eat
They would eat
I would not eat
You would not eat
He would not eat
She would not eat
It would not eat
We would not eat
They would not eat
Would I eat?
Would you eat?
Would he eat?
Would she eat?
Would it eat?
Would we eat?
Would they eat?

subject + might + main verb (infinitive form)
Form:
MIGHT:
USED TO EXPRESS SMALL POSSIBILITIES.
I might learn
You might learn
He might learn
She might learn
It might learn
We might learn
They might learn
I might not learn
You might not learn
He might not learn
She might not learn
It might not learn
We might not learn
They might not learn
Might I learn?
Might you learn?
Might he learn?
Might she learn?
Might it learn?
Might we learn?
Might they learn?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
MIGHT
Grammar
Review
subject + may + main verb (infinitive form)
Form:
MAY:
Used to express possibilities
I may find
You may find
He may find
She may find
It may find
We may find
They may find
I may not find
You may not find
He may not find
She may not find
It may not find
We may not find
They may not find
May I find?
May you find?
May he find?
May she find?
May it find?
May we find?
May they find?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
MAY
Grammar
Review
Subject + must + main verb (infinitive form)
Form:
MUSt:
Used to express obligations.
I must practice
You must practice
He must practice
She must practice
It must practice
We must practice
They must practice
I must not practice
You must not practice
He must not practice
She must not practice
It must not practice
We must not practice
They must not practice
Must I practice?
Must you practice?
Must he practice?
Must she practice?
Must it practice?
Must we practice?
Must they practice?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS

MUST
Grammar
Review
subject + Have/has to + main verb (infinitive form)
Form:
have to:
is used to express certainty, necessity, and obligation.
I have to study
You have to study
He has to study
She has to study
It has to study
We have to study
They have to study
I don't have to study
You don't have to study
He doesn't have to study
She doesn't have to study
It doesn't have to study
We don't have to study
They don't have to study
Do I have to study?
Do you have to study?
Does he have to study?
Does she have to study?
Does it have to study?
Do we have to study?
Do they have to study?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS

Have to
Grammar
Review
Reading &
Comprehension
1) Who is Mark Zuckerberg?

2) What university did he attend?

3) What is Mark's business?

4) When did you start using Facebook?

5) Do you find Facebook a useful tool for business?
Reading &
Comprehension
Answer the questions from Zuckerberg's biography and give your opinion, then get ready to come to the front and share your answer.
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 4th, 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 1st, 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 pairs and practice your reading skills. Let's see who can do it better and with great pronunciation!
Subject + will + verb (infinitive form)
Form:
I will skate
You will skate
He will skate
She will skate
It will skate
We will skate
They will skate
I will not skate
You will not skate
He will not skate
She will not skate
It will not skate
We will not skate
They will not skate
Will I skate?
Will you skate?
Will he skate?
Will she skate?
Will it skate?
Will we skate?
Will they skate?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS

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

Simple Future (GOING TO)
Grammar
Review
Your coach is going to explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Contraction:
I'll skate - I won't skate.
Contraction:
He's going to dig - He isn't going to dig.
1) Yo compraré un televisor.
2) Nosotros no iremos a la casa de tia Juana.
3) Él va a viajar a Chicago en Octubre.
4) La pelicula terminará a las 7 pm.
Translate
Grammar
Test
Check the text below, and translate it.
FLUENCY
AUTOMATIC
Linking Words
Stand up and review stars/goals/melody then choose a pair and answer the questions. Ask for details using W H questions.
1. What are your goals?
2. What are your plans for your next date?
W H 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
Recovery
TIME
TOPIC
Sea life
Seal
Sea horse
Tuna
Reef
Whales
Seaweed
Sea life
Review the vocabulary and take notes to use them in the next activity. This is common vocabulary!
New
Vocabulary
Conversation
What is your favorite sea animal?

are whales mammals or fish?

name one amusement sea water park that you know...
TIME
Pair up and discuss the questions below.
Don't be shy! Share your opinion!
1.
You went to sea world for your birthday.

2. Ask your friend how his/her trip was.
1. you are an agent, call someone to offer a vacation to el tunco.

2. You are the customer and you have to make a decision.
Role
Play
Choose a partner, role play and act it out.
Get ready to do it in front of the class!

Prepositions
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
at 5pm I am going to class.

We are meeting at 5pm.

My birthday is on Friday the 13th.

I will see you in 5 minutes!
Find the mistake
Translate
1. School was easier on the 80's.
2. She is going at December to visit her friend.
1. Visitaré a mi abuelo el 19 de Marzo.
2. ¿Fuiste al funeral el jueves en la tarde?
Grammar
Test
Solve the following grammar test
Recovery
TIME
LISTENING
TECHNIQUE
Watch the video. Write down everything that you hear! Ask for meanings if you do not know the words.

LISTENING
Answer the following questions based on what you heard.
1. Based on the video, is making money the main purpose of education nowadays?


2.
What is the real purpose of education?


3.
Which are some of the things the video says schools should teach?

Review
LISTENING
TECHNIQUE
Watch the video. Write down everything that you hear! Ask for meanings if you do not know the words. Then, coach select students to pass to the front and talk about what they understood.
TOPIC
EXTREME WEATHER
EXTREME
WEATHER
Desert
Blizzard
Hurricane
Heat Wave
Tornado
North Pole
What is your favorite type of climate?

Which climate do you like the most?

Is Global warming a theory or a fact? Why?
Conversation
TIME
Answer the questions with a partner and share your answers with your classmates.
Review the following vocabulary, do you know any extra extreme weather condition?
New
Vocabulary
Debate
Make groups and discuss which of the following pictures are related to the topic. Describe in detail the feelings they may cause. Ask your coach for additional vocabulary!
WEATHER
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.
Couples
Debate
Choose a couple and get ready to prepare your exposition for Next weekend.
Instructions:
- Your coach will set the couples to prepare the debates.
- Choose a topic to have a debate, the topic needs to be approved by your coach.
- Prepare your debate by researching statistics, and prepare a good argument to
defend your point of view.
-You can bring visual support to show your research.
Suggested Topics:
-Drinking Age
-Animal Testing
-Gay Marriage
-Legalize Weed
-Video Games
-Cars Vs motorcycles
-Single Sex Schools
-Social networks
-Prostitution
-Men Vs Women
EXPOSITION
You must watch this video
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