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0. English I clues - Worldlink

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Clues for English worklink Level 1

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0. English I clues - Worldlink

  1. 1. Learning Objectives Lesson A Getting to know you Lesson B People we like Vocabulary Link Basic introductions What’s your name?, My name is . . . classmate, friend, family, boy/girlfriend; various professions Listening “My name is John.”: Listening for names “My friends call me Meg.”: Listening for names and nicknames Speaking & Pronuncation “Meet your classmates! ”: Introducing yourself Contractions with be Reading & Writing “Famous name changers”: Reading about people’s real names “My web page”: Making a web page Language Link Subject pronouns and possessive adjectives with be Yes/No questions and short answers with be Communication “Nice to meet you!”: Completing forms with personal information “My favorites”: Asking and answering questions about favorites
  2. 2. What is your name ? My name is first and last name Full name: -First name -Middle name -Last name -Second Last name Possessive Adjective My xxxxx Your xxxxx His xxxxx Her xxxxx Its xxxxx Our xxxxx Your xxxxx Their xxxxx Subject Pronoun I You He She It We You They Singular Plural Titles Mr. Ms. Mrs. Miss Title + Last name To Be I’m You’re He’s She’s It’s We’re You’re They’re Information question What Whom Who Whose Where Why When How Which
  3. 3. Learning Objectives Lesson A Contries of the world Lesson B What is your city like? Vocabulary Link Countries and nationalities Mexico, Mexican . . . Describing cities big, crowded, noisy, beautiful, dirty . . . Listening “Are you from Japan? ”: Listening for countries and cities “What is L.A. like?”: Listening for places and adjectives Speaking & Pronuncation “Where are you from? ”: Asking where someone is from Stressed syllables Reading & Writing “A postcard from a friend”: Reading a description of a place “A postcard from my city”: Describing a place Language Link Question words where and who Be + adjective Communication “The country and city game!”: Asking and answering questions about places “Vacation!”: Choosing a vacation spot
  4. 4. 1- Where are you from? I am from Venezuela. 2- What language do you speak? I speak Spanish. 3- What is your nationality? It is Venezuelan. 4- What are you like? I am very nice and funny. 5- How old are you? I am 19 years old Verb TO BE I am You are He She is It We You are They
  5. 5. Learning Objectives Lesson A Personal items Lesson B Modern electronics Vocabulary Link Personal items laptop, watch, cell phone, purse, key . . . Electronic items camcorder, stereo, TV, MP3 player . . . Listening “A birthday gift”: Listening for items and adjectives “Is this your new DVD player?”: Listening for items and opinions Speaking & Pronuncation “Is this your cell phone?”: Saying Thank you Linking with n Reading & Writing “Electronics for sale”: Reading product reviews “My product rating”: Writing a product review Language Link Plurals; this/that/these/those Adjectives and nouns Communication ”Thanks a lot!”: Giving and receiving gifts “Our favorite products”: Designing and describing a new product
  6. 6. What’s this? that? What are these? those? It is a book an eraser They are pensPlural Singular Preposition of place On In In front of In back of Behind Under Next to Near Close to Far Between Across from On the corner of Adjectives Nice New old Beautiful Small large expensive inexpensive heavy light Cheap Plurals -Add “s” Books Machines -Add “es” to Words ending s,x,ch,sh. Boxes Watches Brushes Dresses Indefinite Article A house A uniform An eraser An hour Definite Article The Consonant sound Vowel sound Only Singular
  7. 7. Learning Objectives Lesson A Everyday activities Lesson B At school Vocabulary Link Common activities listening to music, studying, eating . . . School subjects writing, math, science, history… Listening “What are you doing?”: Listening for what people are doing “I’m taking a math class.”: Listening for class schedules Speaking & Pronuncation “How are you doing?”: Asking how someone is (1) Question intonation Reading & Writing “What are you studying? ”: Reading a student interview “A student interview”: Interviewing and writing about a partner Language Link The present continuous The present continuous: extended time Communication Unit “What are they doing?”: Comparing actions in two different pictures “Two truths and a lie”: Talking about on-going activities
  8. 8. 1. cvc + c + ing 2. Ends “e “ drop “e “ add “ing “ 3. Exception (x,w,y) + c+ ing 4. 2 syllable Verb TO BE + ing I am You are He She is Studying It We You are They Getting Running Shopping Swimming Jogging Stopping Danceing Loveing Liveing Closeing Writeing driveing Admitting Whispering Listening Drying Studying Crying Fixing Mixing Drawing Sewing Playing Staying 1- What time is it? It is eight o’clock. 2- What are you doing? I am studying. To Be I’m You’re He’s She’s It’s We’re You’re They’re
  9. 9. Learning Objectives Lesson A Food and eating habits Lesson B Food around the world Vocabulary Link Foods for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; Describing festivals festival, visit, traditional, parade . . . Listening “I’m making dinner.”: Listening for foods drinks and desserts “Foods around the world”: Listening for descriptions of food Speaking & Pronuncation “Do you like Italian food? ”: Talking about likes and dislikes And Reading & Writing “What’s your favorite food festival?”: Reading about international food festivals “My favorite food”: Writing about a favorite food Language Link The simple present The simple present: yes/no questions and short answers Communication “The dinner party”: Creating a seating chart for guests according to personal information. “Health habits and food customs”: Taking and giving a health survey
  10. 10. Does the apartment have a view? 1 Yes, it does. No, it doesn’t. 2 Yes, it has a view. No, it doesn’t have a view. 3 Yes, it does. It has a view. No, it doesn’t. It has a building next to it. 1 Short answer 2 Long answer 3 Complete answer The Rule Add ¨s¨ to all the verbs or ¨es¨ to the verbs ending in (ch,sh,x,o) in the third person singular. Simple Present To Be To Do To Go To Have I am Do Go Have You are He She is Does Goes Has It We You are Do Go Have They
  11. 11. Learning Objectives Lesson A This is my family! Lesson B Families, big and small Vocabulary Link Family members father, mother, son, daughter, sister… Family relationships married, single, divorced . . . Listening “Who is the speaker?”: Listening for names and relationships “Three families”: Listening for personal details Speaking & Pronuncation “Is this your family?” Asking and answering about family Linking with ’s Reading & Writing “How big is your family?”: Reading family descriptions Possessives Language Link “About my family”: Writing a letter about your family Numbers 11-2,000 Communication “My partner’s family tree”: Drawing a family tree “Famous people”: Giving information about famous people
  12. 12. Grandparents Parents Children Siblings Relatives Family-in-Law 1- The marker of the teacher The Teacher’s marker 2- The son of Maria Verb TO BE I am You are He She is It We You are They Possessive Adjective My xxxxx Your xxxxx His xxxxx Her xxxxx Its xxxxx Our xxxxx Your xxxxx Their xxxxx Grandson Granddaughter Great-Grandson Great-Granddaughter Great-Great-Grandson Great-Great-Granddaughter Maria’s son Great-grand-children Grand-children Brother Sister Great-Great-grand-children