GO TO THIS WEBSITE AND EXPLORE THESE EXERCISES:
Choose the ones you like and be familiar with descriptions and personalities…
THEN GO TO THIS WEBSITE :
- TAKE THE PERSONALITY TEST
- ANALYZE YOUR RESULTS, READ IT CAREFULLY AND
- PREPARE A PRESENTATION ABOUT YOUR PERSONALITY RESULTS…
- TOPICS FOR PRESENTATION:
Take into account: summarize ideas, use key words, do mind-mapping, prepare your slides or whatever tools that coud help you to do your presentation. Be careful about your fluency, use of vocabulary and structures (accuracy), the lenght of the presentation must be five or more minutes…
It is a tool you can use in many ways….
Here you have some videos about how to make them…
HOW TO MAKE LAPBOOKS
THREE FOLDER LAPBOOKS
HOW TO USE LAPBOOKS IN THE CLASSROOM
Here you have some templates to make lapbooks
Modals of deduction are use to speculate about some facts in the past. We use to talk about how sure or unsure we are about something in the past.
We can use for present deduction:
German must be really happy about his trip to Bogotá.
He must been happy when he was told about his trip to Bogotá.
We can use a modal verb to talk about a situation when we are using deduction but we are not expressing a fact .
the form is MODAL + have + past participle (verb 3)
Must have + past participle
When we are quite sure about something, We use ‘must have + past participle’ .
German must have been very pleased when he went to Bogotá.
Laura must have lost her phone. He’s not chatting .
I must have left my mobile at home. I can’t find it.
Might have/may have/could have + past participle
When we are not sure about something but we think it was possible, We use ‘might have/may have/could have + past participle’
The teacher was supposed to be in class 30 minutes ago but she could have been sick.
She may have said she was coming but I can’t really remember. I wasn’t paying attention.
I might have been in Cali when I was younger but I can’t really remember.
Can’t have + past participle
We use ‘can’t have + past participle’ to talk about events that we are sure did not happen in the past.
I can’t have left my mobile at home. My mother phoned me when I was coming to the university in a taxi. It must be in the car or the classroom.
You can’t have seen Jessica this afternoon. She was in class all the time.
Juan can’t have liked the soccer game. She hates sports.
NOW, GO TO THIS SITE AND WATCH THE VIDEO:
TAKE A LOOK TO THESE SLIDES:
PRACTICE AND DO THESE EXERCISES:
You must present a video according to the next requirements:
Date: Final Exams´s week
Groups of 2 people
Genre: documentary/ magazine / stories (original or adapted)
Lenght of video: 5 to 12 minutes
Topics: your choice
You must use some of the topics and structures studied in class (vocabulary, grammar, functions)
You have to write a script that represents 20 percent of the video’s grading (1.0)
The best videos must be published on Teacher’s channel and broadcasted by social networks ( Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp…)
Be careful about copyright ( Pictures, logos, Symbols, texts..)
Don’t forget to write Credits: cast, director, camera, reason for the video, university and semester, etc.
Activity 1: Karaoke
Date: May 18th.
Prepare a song for a karaoke next class. You can work alone or in groups.
Choose a song you like
This activity is for having fun, not for grading. Be prepared to enjoy… Don’t worry if you don’t have a wonderful voice…. The Voice….
Activity 2: News
Date: May 25th
Prepare a News Program
3 – 4 people in each group
Use narrative tenses and reported speech
It must have 3 or more sections : Sports, entertainment, Economy, Local, International, Technology, interviews, etc…
FIRST OF ALL, WATCH THIS VIDEO:
- What are the key words ( 5 to 10). Explain why…
- What is the video about it?. Summarize the video between 15 to 25 lines. Use narrative tenses on your own words
- What situation is embarrasing? What situaton is funny? Explain…
- Make five questions about the content of the video and answer them…(use narrative tenses)
- DO THESE EXERCISES:
- Combine the two sentences into one sentence.
- Use a linking word such as when, while, because, so, and, etc. to link the sentences.
- Do not change the order of the clauses.
- Change the verb forms used if necessary (e.g. “He went…” to “He was going…” or “He had gone”).
They couldn’t open the ambulance doors. Mr. Bean parked behind it.
- They couldn’t open the ambulance doors because Bean had parked behind it.
The girl queued. Mr. Bean threw her doll.
- While the girl was queuing, Bean threw her doll.
The men started fighting. Mr. Bean pinched one of the men’s bottoms.
The old man walked towards the chair. Mr. Bean ran around the table and sat down.
Everyone saw Mr. Bean’s hand in the teapot. They laughed.
Mr. Bean tried to steal his ticket. The old man woke up.
Mr. Bean turned the number display over. The receptionist talked on the phone.
Mr. Bean sat down again. The woman let go of the teapot.
Mr. Bean slept. He dropped his ticket on the floor.
Mr. Bean got his hand stuck in a bin. He tried to get his ticket out of it.
ANSWER ALL AND SEND THIS ACTIVITY IN A WORD FILE TO MY E-MAIL: email@example.com
write the reference and your name in this way:
Asunto: Mr. Bean activity- Clara Pérez