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B11

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BASIC 11
(cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr
ALP Descriptors
0
Presentation off task
No presentation or submmission of work
Demonstrated neither thought nor 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
Adequate delivery
Mostly clear and logical
Good use of visual aids
Some grammar and vocabulary problems,
but message mostly understandable.
3
Effective and creative presentation
Meticuluous delivery
Very good use of visual aids
Carefully prepared presentation
Logically structured presentation
ALP
Final
Exams
Important Dates
2nd
e-reading
Don't forget the e-resources
e-readings, e-videos, e-exams, e-practice
1. Hispanic Heritage Month
2. Away From Home On Christmas
3. Movies
4. Summer Jobs
5. People Who Love their Work
6. The Necklace by Guy Maupassant
7. After Twenty Years by O. Henry
8. The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry
9. A Dog's Tale by Mark Twain
e-readings
1st day
of class
ALP
Llanganuco Lake
Chinancocha Lagoon
A
B
C
Listen
Carefully
Tells
his / her
story in 3 minutes
3
A
B
C
Listen
Carefully
Repeats the
story told by
A in 2 minutes
A
B
C
Listen
Carefully
2
Repeats the story told by A & B
in 1 minute
1
The teacher chooses one of the topics covered in the course, and writes it on the board.
Students are told to write whatever comes to mind about the chosen topic for approximately 5 – 10 minutes, depending on the level.
Students should be reminded not to worry about spelling, grammar, capitalization or punctuation.
The most important part of the activity is to keep words flowing at all times.
This activity can be carried out once or twice during the month.
For the effectiveness of the activity, it’s essential that all these procedures be followed as described above.
Party Time!
Festivals
& Holidays

What's the story
Happily
ever after
What's the best holidays or festival that we have in Peru? When is it held? What does it celebrate? What do people do on that holiday or festival? (Use time clauses and write at least 3 different things). Should people visit Peru during this holiday or festival?
To compare:
A: What do you do (time clause)?
B:...
follow
happy ending
series
character
hooked on
predictable
realistic
made up
Vocabulary
overcome
struggle
survive
uneducated
incorrect
inexperienced
clever
brave eventually
incredible
unpredictable
unbelievable
Modern Fairy Tales
looks like
appear
seem
have
own
know
think
smell
taste
want
like
love
belong to
hate
need
Stative Verbs - Past Continuous
Be careful with this: "I decided not to go." is not the same as "I didn't decide to go"
A:
B:
What were you doing a few minutes ago?
What was (name) doing a few minutes ago?
A few minutes ago, I was (verb+ing) + (adverb)
A few minutes ago, he/she was (verb+ing) + (adverb)
A: What should a (job) be like?
B: A (job) should be...
Job Qualities
helpful
organized
outgoing
empathetic
artistic
cooperative
positive
efficient
motivated
dynamic
caring
practical
thorough
ambitious
The World of Work
Work
History
He agreed to meet you there at 4.
He will attempt to climb the Huascaran.
Can we choose to go to another place?
We decided not to go.
I expect to see your homework finished.
He always forgets to turn off the lights.
I hate to argue with people.
I hope to see you soon.
Sam learned to drive when he was 16.
They like to play basketball after lunch.
I love to eat anticuchos.
You need to learn all these verbs.
We plan to leave tomorrow.
People start to smoke early in their lives.
You should try not to make mistakes.
I want to finish my homework.
Examples with Infinitives
I started to work at Icpna 11 years ago;
I still work at Icpna now, and I'll probably
continue to work here tomorrow and in
the future.
Present Perfect
A: Good... Ms/Mr...
B:...
A: Thanks for coming in today.
B: It's great to be here.
A: Have a seat.
B: Thank you.
A: What job are you applying for?
B: I'm applying For the job as a ...
A: Continue with Qs in the book.
Reading
Quiz
1st
e-reading
want to
is pronounced
in rapid speech
w
n
e
e
Vocabulary
Collocations
Words that usually go together
go to a party
crash a party
have a party
throw a party
make a party
host a party
a big/small party
a fun/boring party
a good party
a noisy party
a rowdy party
a wild party
More Party Words
birthday girl/boy
birthday cake
blow the candles
host/hostess
make a wish
gifts
Speaking
Strategy
Do you want to
Would you like to
How'd you like to
}
(action)
with me
?
Communication
Kind of parties
rave
come of age party
housewarming party
bachelor party
bachelorette party
baby shower
finger food
sandwiches
cheese & crackers
pastries
mini pizzas
nuts & dried fruit
olives
pretzels
chips & dip
Do you want to
Would you like to
How'd you like to
}
(action)
with me
?
Useful Expressions
Party
Planning
Reporting
We decided to go to (name)'s party because it's a (kind of party), and we like those parties.
Besides, there's going to be (kind of food) and we like that, too.
Festivals & Holidays
is held
takes place
contest
race
full
perform
win
winner
performance
performer
participant
participate
participation
gather
prize
Vocabulary Practice
What's the festival about?
When and where does it take place?
What happens at the festival?
A: Why do you think this race is called
"The Race of Hope"?
B: I think this race is called like that
because it...
Sarah and Mike
went to London, and they
did this on their first day there.
Went on a
sightseeing tour
had lunch in
a restaurant &
made plans for
the next day
visited
Buckingham
Palace
went shopping in
Harrod's & met
a friend
Before
When
After
Past Continuous - Adverbs of Manner
I was taking a shower
when the earthquake began
I was eating
when she arrived
(I continued eating)
Past
Now
Past Continuous / Past Progressive
READING
How did Cinderella live
before her mother died?
How was Cinderella treated
by her new stepfamily?
What do you know
about Cinderella?
Lead-in
If you choose to be
the prince, continue
with the story.
J
O
B
S
Started doing something
Continue doing it
Will probably continue to do it
I've worked at Icpna for 11 years
Speaking
Things to
Remember

ALP
You will work in pairs to create a festival. In your presentation you must use visual aids and some of the vocabulary and grammar from the three units covered in the course. The description of the festival should include activities, food, clothes or costumes and little souvenirs for all your classmates.
Dream Jobs
COMMUNICATION
A: Good... Ms/Mr...
B:...
A: Thanks for coming in today.
B: It's great to be here.
A: Have a seat.
B: Thank you.
A: What job are you applying for?
B: I'm applying For the job as a ...
A: Continue with Qs in the book.
A: What's a/an (adj) job for you?
B: I think that a (job) has a/an
(adj) job.
A: Why?
B: Because...
Work in pairs to create a conversation that integrates
some of the grammar, vocabulary,
and speaking strategies of the 3
unist covered in the course. Don't
forget to use visuals in your
presentations.
ALP
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