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Transcript of INTERMEDIATE 4
-For 1 minute think about the last time when you needed to apologize. -Tell your partner in front about your story for a minute.
-When finished, now listen to your partner´s story for a minute.
-After, tell the person next to you about your partner´s story for one minute. Be ready to report. look on page 148 After activity 5B
In groups of 4 create a dialog apologizing for a serious accident or mistake. Make sure to use the 3 useful expressions. Example:
A: Let´s go to ICPNA, the class is about to start.
B: I´m so excited, because today I have a date with Melany.
C: Melany?! my ex-girlfriend?!
B: I´m really sorry that I forgot to tell you about it.
C: Don´t worry about it.
A: (Spilling chicha on C) Oh! I spilled chicha on your new shirt. I want to apologize for what happened.
C: No problem. It happens.
D: (Running to his friends) C! C! C! I tried to park my car next to yours and I accidentally scratched it. I´m so sorry about damaging your car.
C: Apology accepted. LANGUAGE LINK Talking about wishes
-Use the PAST TENSE when talking about wishes. Example:
I don´t like to take “combis”. I wish I had a car.
-Use a base form verb after COULD or WOULD. Example:
I wish I could play soccer like Guerrero.
Henry owes me money, I wish he would pay me.
-Use WERE for all forms of BE in the past (When talking about wishes, never use WAS). Example:
I can´t open this bottle, I wish I were strong. After 6D Extra: Round Robin Wish (groups of 4)
Test your memory. Everyone will have a number form 1 to 4.
From your wish list, choose one wish.
Number 1 will say his wish to number 2. Number 2 will tell number 3 his wish and number one´s wish, and so on.
Number 4 tells all of the wishes. Be ready to report.
Everyone needs to be ready to report!!! COMMUNICATION Find the person who wishes...
-For 1 minute think about a wish for yourself (no wishes about money, cars, houses or anything related with being rich.)
-Write your wish on the slip of paper. Don´t show it to anybody. Give the slip of paper to the teacher.
-The teacher will give you someone´s slip of paper. You have to find the person who wrote it using WH-QUESTIONS. Example:
(You read on the slip of paper: "I wish I knew how to cook. My ex-boyfriend loves girls who know how to cook.")
A: Do you wish you knew how to cook?
B: No, I don´t.
A: Do you wish you knew how to cook?
C: Yes, I do.
A: Why do you wish you knew how to cook?
C: Because my ex loves girls who know how to cook. READING COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS 1) Why were The San broke an unemployed?
2) How did they strike it rich?
3) What do you do with the cactus?
4) What does the cactus do to people?
5) What do the monks do?
6) How do the monks use the money ? Unit 10, Lesson B Vocabulary Link What does striking it rich mean? Think about people who win the lottery.
What do you think they do with the money? Let´s look on page 151 about someone who struck it rich. Read aloud and find the definitions with your groups. Think about examples to use in complete senteces. Example:
"Strike it rich" means when someone becomes rich very fast. People who "strike it rich" can buy masion and houses. Think-Pair-Share
1)Look at the 4 questions on 1A and in silence THINK about your answers. (1 minute)
2)In pairs, with the person in front, say your answers (2 minutes each student).
3)With the person next to you share the story you heard (2 minutes each student). Listening In groups share any stories or ideas that you have about hospitals. Listen and tell me:
What´s the topic of the story? Look on page 152 In groups, discuss on other possible solutions for this problem.
What would you do if you were the Head Director of the peruvian Health Department? In your groups and with books closed:
Look at the following words and tell me, What do you think the reading is about?
-The San people
-summer camp Look on page 153.
-Then, read in groups aloud.
-Discuss in groups what you understood from the story. Do activities C and D LANGUAGE LINK Negative modals
1)Use COULDN´T when something is impossible. Example:
You couldn´t be rich, because you don´t have a car.
2)Use DON´T HAVE TO when something is not necessary. Example:
I have 17 points in total so I don´t have to take the final oral exam.
3)Use MAY NOT when something is not allowed. Example:
You may not drink chicha morada in class because you could spill it.
4)Use SHOULDN´T to give ADVICE. Example:
If you want to learn, you shouldn´t be late for class.
2)Use YOU´D BETTER NOT to give a warning. Example:
If you want to pass, you´d better not forget to do the project.
3)Use CAN´T when you don´t have the ability to do something. Example:
I can´t buy a car, I only work part-time and it´s not enough.
LOOK ON PAGE 154 AND DO THE ACTIVITIES. THINK-PAIR-SHARE:
1)First, THINK about advices related to money using negative modals, explain the reason. Example:
In my opinion, You couldn´t become a doctor, because you are not good with numbers.
2)Then in PAIRS, tell your partner in front the advices.
3)The partner listens and SHARES the information with the person next to him. Example:
In his opinion, I couldn´t become a doctor, because I´m not good with numbers.
Be ready to report. Example:
In his opinion, Cesar couldn´t become a doctor, because he is not good with numbers.