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"A L P"
You will work in pairs to create a conversation about two important people from the past using the past tense of the verb "be" and the past tense of regular and irregular verbs. Your presentation should include visuals.
e- exams
e-workbook
e-videos
e-readings
e-resources
Important Dates
First day
of class
ALP
ALP
Final
Exams
ALP Descriptors
0
Presentation off task
No presentation of work
Didn't demonstrate thought / 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 and adequate delivery
Mostly clear and logical
Good use of visual aids
Some grammar and vocabulary problems,
but message mostly understandable.
3
www.icpna.edu.pe
Unit 4: Lost in England (Giving Directions) 1.42
Unit 5: What's the weather like? 1.32
Unit 6: The Jones Family 1.34
Unit 6: What are the Americans like? 1.30
Unit 6: What are the Italians like? 4.07
Unit 6: What are the Germans like? 6.34
Unit 6: What do the Scots think of the English? 1.15
Unit 6: How often do you…? How many hours do you…? 3.15
Unit 6: What do you do for fun? 1.33
Unit 6: What's your astrological sign? 3.55
e-videos
Good participation is answering the
"Wh" questions. For example, the "ask
and answer" sections or to report the
results of an activity. Participation
is not only reading the answers that
you write in your books.
First of all,
What does ______ mean?
How do you say _______?
How do you pronounce this word?
May I be excused for a minute?
,so here's some classroom language...
Effective and creative presentation
Meticulous delivery
Very good use of visual aids
Carefully prepared presentation
Logically structured presentation
Nov 28
Nov 29
Reading
Quiz
Vacation
How's the weather?
On vacation
Terms for Regions
in the jungle
on the coast
in the highlands
in the mountains
in the south
in the East
in the West
in the north
in the desert
Where is this spider?
Rose of Winds
The words "but, or & so" are conjunctions
that connect 2 similar grammatical categories
Complete the following sentences:
1.- She loves him, but...
2.- Fred has four dogs...
3.- Jane is very rich...
4.- Bob is a dangerous criminal...
5.- Sally's car is very old...
I think (Name) and I can travel together because we are similar. For example, we both (travel... / take... / spend...Also, he/she likes... / spends...
and I doo, too. Finally, we both (verb...), so that's why I think we can travel together.
I think (Name) and I cannot travel together because we are different. For example, he/she (travels.../likes.../spends), but I don't. Besides, he/she (likes.../takes...), but I (like.../take...)
Finally, he/she..., so that's why I think we can't travel together.
To report
your answers
My partner usually takes his/her vacation in...,
because he/she likes (_____) weather, so he/she should go to...because he/she can (verbs...) there.
Vocabulary
To report your answers
What questions would you ask?
1. When do you usually take your vacation?
2. Do you like hot, cold or warm weather?
3. What do you like to do on vacation?
4. What are your favorite activities?
ALP
You will work in pairs to create a presentation that
gives advice about the weather, the clothes and the
different activities and places you can visit in Peru.
Remember to include visuals in your presentations.
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http://www.online-stopwatch.com/full-screen-stopwatch/
To skim is to read quickly to
get a general idea of the text
You will have 30 seconds to
skim the article and to
choose the best title for it.
Read only the first sentence
of each paragraph. Close your
books when you finish.
Are you ready?
Hello...
Ok, let's see, you say you like cold weather, so Huaraz is a good place for you. It's in the highlands of Peru. The weather is chilly but sunny during the day, and really cold, at night, so you should pack light, warm and heavy clothes. Also, you shouldn't forget comfortable shoes and hiking boots.
Before you travel, you should buy some sorojchi pills for the altitude. Finally, while in Huaraz, you should go sightseeing and take many photos. You can post those pictures in facebook when you are back home.
Heroes
Risk Takers
Personal Heroes
I'm looking forward to the summer.
I'm looking forward to the holidays.
I'm looking forward to seeing you.
I was looking for you.
I'm looking for my keys.
More jobs
er
or
ist
ian
designer
farmer
painter
baker
driver
professor
actor
doctor
author
tailor
hairstylist
journalist
scientist
dentist
activist
technician
electrician
mathematician
pediatrician
obstetrician
Famous Quotes
We think that the "Hero of the Year Award"
should go to (name) because...
To report you decision:
A: What's your dream job?
My dream is to work with _________,
B: so I want to work as __________,
maybe for (company)
A: Really! Why?
B: Because...
A: And who do you look up to?
B: I admire (_______) because...
How about you? What's your dream job?
A (job) works the ( ) shift. The good thing about this shift is that
you can (more than one action).
The bad thing about this shift is
that you can't (more than one verb)
The Mind
Try to remember
Go back to sleep
A: How do you remember
new words in English?

B: I remember new words
by (verb+ing)...
Listening
When the base
form of the verb
ends in a final
[d] or [t] sound,
add the [ d] sound
When the base form
of the verb ends in
[k], [s], [ʃ]. [f], [tʃ] or [p],
add a final [t] sound but
don't add a syllable.
When the base form
of the verb ends in
any other sound, add
a final [d] sound but
don't add a syllable.
Rule # 1
Rule # 2
Rule # 3
certain
not certain
Yes,.../ No...
I have no idea
I think so / I don't think so
Maybe. I'm not sure
not very certain
less certain
There are only two questions
to ask about possession.
Whose (item) is this?
Whose (items) are these?
There are 3 alternatives to answer them.
1) Using a possessive adjective + noun
Whose books are these?
They are my books
2) Using a possessive pronoun
Whose pen is this?
It's mine.
Whose pens are these?
They're his.
3) Using "belong to" + object pronoun
Whose car is that?
It belongs to him.
Whose shoes are those?
They belong to me.
Before you go on vacation, you...
While you're on vacation, you...
After vacation, you...
On vacation
Traveling
Do you remember your partner's answers on page 54?
Vocabulary
look forward to
sailor
fisherman
race car driver
humanitarian aid worker
Dangerous Jobs
humanitarian aid worker
police officer
firefighter
soldier
For most verbs, add "ed" For example watch, watch
ed
- talk, talk
ed
- jump, jump
ed
For verbs ending consonant + "y" change the "y" for "ied" for example: study, stud
ied
- carry, carr
ied
.
For one syllable verbs ending in a consonant - vowel - consonant (cvc) combination, repeat the final consonant and add "ed". For example:
stop, stop
ped
- bag, bag
ged
- shop, shop
ped
.
For verbs ending in a silent "e" just add "d". For example: move, move
d
- promise, promise
d
Spelling Rules
Regular Verbs
The past
tense of "be"
Do not combine the verb
"be" with other verbs.
Start your Yes-no questions
with "was" or "were"
Was
I
he
she
it
Were
we
you
they
...?
...?
I was not a teacher 15 years ago.
My son was born in 1993.
My daughter was born 16 years ago.
My children were born in the 90s.
Four years ago, my son was in school.
All of you were in Basic 5 a few days ago.
I wasn't your teacher last month.
My father was a businessman.
This TV wasn't here ten years ago.
Five years ago, Ollanta wasn't the president.
You weren't at home last night.
You were angry yesterday.
Were you at home last night?
Were you a good student in high school?
Were your friends with you last weekend?
Was your mom sick last year?
Was Basic 5 easy?
Was Pilar Nores the First Lady 5 years ago?
Was John Lennon a good musician?
Was Vincent Van Gogh a painter?
Was Hiram Bingham an explorer?
Was Maria Reiche a mathematician?
Were Sanchez Cerro and Leguia presidents of Peru?
Remember the envelope in Tokyo with
$850,000? The owner did not claim it.
Now the money belongs to the finder.
introduces a result
introduces contrast
gives advice
gives advice
gives advice
gives advice
Now, write your own
paragraphs. Use the
information your partner gave you on page 54. Don't forget
to use "but - so - or"
and to give advice with "should" / shouldn't.
Imagine your partner wants to visit Peru. Write him/her an e-mail and give him/her
an idea of what place he can visit.
Also give him advice on the clothes
he/she should pack and on the
things he/she can do during
and after his/her trip.
A: Which jobs or activities
in C are interesting to you?
B: I think that a (job's) is
interesting because...
Ask & Answer
Agreeing
Yeah, I agree.
I know
Yeah, you're right.
Follow-up questions
What do you like about it?
Disagreeing
Follow-up questions
Really? I don't think so.
Sorry, but I disagree.
I don't really agree.
Why do you say that?
A: I think we should invite Bob Marley. He was a great musician.
B: I don't really agree. I think John Lennon was more important,
and he was an activist for peace, too.
C: I think you're both right. Let's invite Bob and John.
What about Miguel Grau? I think we should invite him.
A: Miguel Grau!!! Really!!! Why?
C: Well he was a great Peruvian and I'd like to talk to him.
B: Yeah I agree. Who else should we invite?
A: What about...?
Who do we invite?
To report
A:We decided to invite (name 1) because (reason)
B: We think we should also invite (name 2)
because (reason)
C: We are going to invite (name 3), too because
he/she was...
D: Finally, we also decided to invite (name 4)
because they (reasons)
the morning shift?
the afternoon shift?
the night shift?

Do you work?
(8:00 - 4:00)
(4:00 - 12:00)
(12:00 - 8:00)
What's a typical (____) shift job?
What are the good things and bad
things about it?
What's "to scan"?
To scan is to read quickly
to find specific information.
What does "place" mean?
parks
cities
countries
universities
stores
districts
What places can you name?
You will have 30 seconds to
scan the article and find the
places that are mentioned.
http://www.online-stopwatch.com/full-screen-stopwatch/
Now you will have 2 minutes
to look for the missing words
to complete the sentences in
letter B.
OK? Ready?
are formed by adding
"d"
or
"ed"
Who is your hero or a person you look up to? What was he/she like when he/she was young?
or
What is he/she like now? What important thing did he/she do in his/her life? What was difficult for him/her, and what did he/she do about it? What other important thing did he/she do? When did he /she die? or What does he she
do now? What is/was he/she like?
Who was you teacher in Basic One?
What was your favorite TV show when you were a child?
Where were you yesterday at 9 pm?
Who was your best friend in school?
memorize (verb)
Example: It's a good idea to memorize new words.
memories (noun)
Example: I have good memories of that trip.
remind (verb): make you remember something.
Example: That lady reminds me of my sister.
believe (verb): think that something is true
Example: I believe that Peruvian food is exquisite.
Vocabulary
Speaking Strategy
I
I
Who are some famous
people from the past?
Question Forms
Did / Didn't
Did you eat yesterday?
Yes, I did.
No, I didn't.
What did you have for lunch yesterday?
Did she come to Icpna yesterday?
Did you get here on time?
Did we study the irregular verbs yesterday?
I had...
Where did you go last weekend?
I ...
When did we study the irregular verbs?
We studied...
Wh-Questions
Yes-No Questions

do not form their past tense with "d / ed".
They change their spelling, pronunciation, or
not change at all.
come
see
write
came
saw
wrote
Spelling Changes
read
/riyd/
read
/rɛd/
Pronunciation
put
beat
put
beat
No changes
I
You
He
She
It
We
They
went
to

the movies.
wrote
a book.
read
the newspaper.
To compare:
First,
Then,
Next,
After that,
Then,
Finally,
Write about your last
weekend. Explain what you did on Saturday and Sunday.
My last weekend was excellent. On Saturday morning, I...
On Saturday afternoon, I...
On Saturday night, I...
On Sunday, I...
A: What did Mary do?
B:
Asking for Advice
What should I do?
Should I (base form of verb)?
Giving Advice
(I think) you should (base form of verb)...
I don't think you should (base form)...
You shouldn't (base form)...
Accepting
Good idea.
Ok, I will.
You're probably right.
Refusing
Really? I don't think so.
Really? I'd rather not.
Really? I think I'll be Ok.
teenager
co-founder
speaker
explorer
traveler
ambassador
editor
musician
speechwriter
politician
physician
attorney
tutor
instructor
teacher
L
I
s
T
E
N
I
N
G
Writing
Is traveling with a person you
don't know very well, easy or difficult?
Are you and your partner
compatible?
What are dangerous jobs?
Agreeing & Disagreeing
SPEAKING
When were you born?
When were your parents born?
Why were you there last night?
We studied the present continuous 2 weeks ago.
I cooked Chinese food for Mother's day.
I didn't like Chinese food when I was a child.
He didn't stay home during the weekend.
She walked to Icpna this morning.
My personal Hero
Exchange papers with a partner
and ask him or her questions
about his/her personal hero. Remember to use past
tense questions.
A: What's that?
B: I think it's a...
A: Really? I don't think so.
I think it's a...
Irregular Verbs
Some examples
Last week, we went to the SAC. We didn't go to the library.
He didn't say that. He said that we should do the e-workbook.
Today, I came to Icpna by bus. I didn't drive.
The Beatles didn't write "Satisfaction". They wrote "Hey Jude"
The verb is the same for all persons
Where did you live?
What was your house like?
Did your parent work?
What did your brothers or sisters do?
What was your favorite food.
What food didn't you like?
Who were your friends?
Who was your best friend?
What was your favorite toy?
What music did you listen to?
Where did you go to school?
What did you do on vacation?
Do you remember your childhood?
What were some of
Sierra's past actions?
forget & remember
forget to + verb
forget + noun
remember to + verb
remember + noun
be good at remembering + noun
the day before yesterday
the day after tomorrow
during the day
at night
stay up late / stayed up late
at midnight
fall asleep / fell asleep
in the middle of the night
get up / got up
wake up / woke up
next day
How many hours do you sleep each day?
What do you do when you can't sleep?
Reading
Ask & Answer
What do you think of the sleep
pattern described in this article?
Is it healthy? Why / Why not?
Don't forget to use the
verbs in the past
!!!
Speaking Evaluation
Ask and answer questions about
something you did in the past.
Maybe, your weekend, your childhood, etc.
Don't forget to use the auxiliary for the past
and verbs in the past, too.
1. What's the name of the movie?
2. What's the word that means "a movie
that shows real events"?
3. Listen for a word that means "not afraid"
3. Do Kurt and Maggie like the movie?
K: Hey Maggie. What movie are you watching tonight?
M: It's a documentary. It's called "Man on Wire" It's
my second time watching it.
K: Man on Wire...Hmmm...
M: Do you Know it?
K: Yeah, I do. It's a great movie.
M: I agree. The guy in the movie was really brave.
K: Oh, I know. And it was in New York. I love New York City
M: Me, too. Hey, do you want to watch the movie with me?
K: Again?...sure. Why not?
K: Hey Maggie. What movie are you ________ tonight?
M: It's a documentary. It's called "Man on Wire" It's
my ______ time watching it.
K: Man on ____...Hmmm...
M: Do you ____ it?
K: Yeah, I do. It's a _____ movie.
M: I agree. The ___ in the movie was really brave.
K: Oh, I know. And it ___ in New York. I love New York City
M: Me, too. Hey, __ you want to watch the movie with me?
K: Again?...sure. ___ not?
K: Hey Maggie. ___ movie are you ________ tonight?
M: It's a ___________. It's called "Man on Wire" It's
my ______ time watching it.
K: ___ on ____...Hmmm...
M: __ you ____ it?
K: Yeah, I do. It's a _____ _____.
M: I agree. The ___ in the movie was ______ brave.
K: Oh, I know. And it ___ in New York. I ____ New York City
M: Me, too. Hey, __ you want to ______ the movie with __?
K: _____?...sure. ___ not?
Do Kurt and Maggie like the movie?
How do you know?
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