Universidad Tecnológica. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales. Escuela de Idiomas. Subject: English I. Teacher: Guillermo Alberto Cortez Arévalo. Topic: Describe extended families. Objectives: The students will be able to describe extended families. Vocabulary. Other family relationships. A. Read and listen. Then listen again and repeat. Follow these ideas: Scan for new vocabulary and deduce the meanings or find them out in the dictionary. Silently, read the every single sentences until you understand the new vocabulary. Listen two or three times.Write your own sentences like this: Andrés is my... B. Find people in the photos. The usage of "who" is for identity and it a question word. The apostrophe and "s" after the proper noun indicates possession. C. Listen to the speakers and infer the relationships. Use the vocabulary from exercise "A" to fill in the blanks. Grammar. The simple present tense and information questions. Some irregular verbs in the present tense: bebuilddofindhearleadmeansay beginchoosedrawgetholdletmeetsee breakcomedrivegivekeepliepaysell bringcosteatgoknowloseputsend buycutfeelhaveleavemakerunset
Information questions: B. Grammar practice. Complete the conversations with the simple present tense. Then write five dialogues. Conversation model. A. Read and listen to people describing their families. Ideas for the listening activity: Scan for new vocabulary and deduce the meanings or find them out in the dictionary. Silently, read the dialogue two or three times until you understand it. Listen to the dialogue two or three times. Write the brief description of the dialogue.Begin your description like this: The dialogue is about... B. Rhythm and intonation. Listen again and repeat. Follow the prior ideas. Describe your extended family. Ideas: First, fill in the blanks on the notepad. Then describe your extended family according to your mother and father side.Who. Use who for identity.Who are they? Where. Use where for location.Where are you from? When. Use when for time.When do you study? Whose. Use whose for possession.Whose books are these? What. Use what for classification.What do you do? How. Use how for manner.How old are you? Which. Use what for classification. Which one do you like?