UNIT 4: "Creative cooking"



En esta unidad serás capaz de:

Identificar y nombrar alimentos
Decir la canción de vocabulario
Comprender y representar un diálogo
Hacer peticiones con ‘would like’
Seguir, completar y corregir la tabla de gramática
Aprender adjetivos para describir alimentos
Hablar de los alimentos que prefieren
Entender que los adjetivos no varían en singular y en plural
Decir un trabalenguas, aprender otra forma de escribir el sonido ‘z’ y practicar la ortografía
Entender la importancia de probar alimentos nuevos
Trabajar con un compañero de conversación para practicar y reforzar lo aprendido
Jugar un juego de comunicación
Leer y entender un “shape poem”
Planificar, escribir y valorar un “shape poem”
Aprender sobre la India.

   VOCABULARY














   
         EXERCISES
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GRAMMAR






Would You Like..?

Would you like + noun

How to use "would like" with a noun?

"Would like" has the meaning of  "want",  but it is used for more polite expressions.

  • Do you want  some coffee?  ( This is less formal and polite. We usually use this for friends, children, and etc.)
  • Would you like some coffee? (This is more polite and formal.)

We can use it with a noun:

Form:  Subject + would like + noun
  • would like a glass of cola.
  • Would you like some water?
  • She would like a piece of cake.


EXERCISES  1   2  

For each space, choose either "like(s)", "would like", "do you like" or "would you like".

1. I  swimming in summer.
2. My sister  to go to America next year.
3.  English?
4.  to learn Japanese?
5.  fish?
6.  some wine with your fish?
7. I  to go skiing next winter.
8. I  reading a newspaper every day.
9. I  to have a bath this evening.
10. She  going to university.



                                     
 JUST A REMINDER
 There are three structures to say what we prefer. Study them carefully and do the exercises that follow.
  1. I prefer something to something
  2. I prefer doing something to doing something else
  3. I prefer to do something rather than (do) something else

        Look at the pictures and choose the correct answer
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  1.  I prefer the laptop to  2. The monkey prefers  to apples 3. The mouse prefers  to meat4.the rabbit prefers  to onions 5. Amin prefers  to hot dogs
  
   Complete the sentences with the right option
                                        
                 
 Joseph prefers to send his messages by snail-mail                                                 rather than sending them by e-mail.
                            rather send them by e-mail.
                                    rather than e-mail them.
 
 My friend Ali prefers travelling by plane
                    to travelling by ship.
                              to travel by ship.
                                       to ship.
          
  
 Zakaria prefers cycling
                        rather than skateboarding
                               to skateboarding.
                                      to skateboarders
  
 I prefer chocolates
                      to eat ice cream.
                               rather than eat ice cream.
                                        to ice cream.
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 Omar prefers to become a dentist
                         than becoming a doctor.
                                rather than a doctor.
                                        to becoming a doctor.
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 My aunt Miriam prefers teaching geography.
                          to maths.
                                   to teaching maths.
                                           rather than teach maths.
         
 Tom prefers dogs
                          rather than cats.
                                than cats.
                                     to cats.
   



EXERCISES  1  2  3 




Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day- 23 rd November 2017

Our language assistant Carolyn explained how Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in her country.
Then, we talked and wrote about the things we are grateful about. 
We are thankful for family, education, nature, clothes, health, food......
Happy Thanksgiving Day!















UNIT 3 : "FIT AND HEALTHY"


A lo largo de esta unidad el alumno será capaz de:

Identificar y nombrar problemas de salud 
-  Seguir, completar y corregir la tabla de gramática 
-  Identificar hábitos saludables y no saludables
-  Usar ‘must’ y ‘mustn’t’ 
-  Usar correctamente los signos de interrogación 
-  Hacer un concurso de preguntas sobre la salud 
-  Escribir preguntas sobre la alimentación sana para un concurso 
-  Utilizar el Pupil’s Practice Kit en el colegio o en casa
-  Decir un trabalenguas, aprender otra forma de escribir el sonido ‘k’ y practicar la ortografía 
-  Repasar lo aprendido (lección de repaso) 
-  Entender la importancia de hablar con alguien cuando se tiene un problema 
-  Trabajar con un compañero de conversación para practicar y reforzar lo aprendido
-   Entender y representar un cuento 
-  Aprender sobre Malta 
-  Pensar en su cultura 


VOCABULARY 






You can watch this video to learn more about ilnesses




GRAMMAR BOX




must /mustn´t





Now It´s time to practise!

Exercise 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16


HALLOWEEN 2017



We learned about Halloween traditions in the United States such as trick-or-treating,
carving Jack-o-lanterns, and hosting Halloween parties with games
and Halloween themed food.

Another tradition is dressing up in costumes so we created our own Halloween masks.
The students designed some fun masks!




UNIT 2 "HELPING HANDS"












Vocabulary: Free time activities & chores













  • A lo largo de esta unidad el alumno será capaz de:

     ·         Identificar y nombrar tareas domésticas 
·         Hablar sobre rutinas
·         Identificar y nombrar actividades de tiempo libre 
·         Preguntar por la frecuencia y responder 
·         Ordenar adjetivos y nombres 
·         Decir un trabalenguas, aprender otra forma de escribir el sonido ‘ch’ y practicar la ortografía 
·         Entender la importancia de ayudar en casa
·         Trabajar con un compañero de conversación para practicar y reforzar lo aprendido 
·         Hacer una actividad comunicativa 
·         Cantar dos canciones 
·         Entender un cuento 
·         Leer y entender una fábula 
·         Planear y escribir el final de la fábula 
·         Aprender cosas sobre Escocia 
Pensar en su cultura











exercises  1   2   3   4   5 
Adverbs of frequency




exercises  1    2   3   4   5   6


Don´t forget: 3rd person of singular (he-she-it)
We add -s/-es/-ies
Does...? does/ doesn´t






exercises  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11

Adverbs of frequency


1.: Choose the correct answer!

Jane is not a pleasent person. She is  in a bad mood.

My sister usually drives to work with a friend. She  drives alone.

Robert goes to the gym only two or three times a year. He  goes to the gym.

John never leaves the college on Friday. He eats at the cafeteria on Fridays.
Jane goes to the beach whenever she can. She misses a chance to go to the ocean.
Carlos is an excellent student. He goes to class.


2.: Write a sentence with the adverbs!


1 I'm late. (never)
 


2 They go out in the week. (seldom)


3 We don't see her. (often)


4 I take too long in the shower. (always)


5 Sam arrives on time. (usually)


6 Our class isn't clean. (always)


7 Do you go to the cinema on Fridays? (always)

8 Do you feel sad? (sometimes)

9 That dirty pig cleans his teeth. (never)


10 Our maths teacher smiles.
(hardly ever)