Resolución No. 1988 del 6 de Septiembre de 2002




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Institución Educativa Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria

Resolución No. 1988 del 6 de Septiembre de 2002

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ENGLISH


2ND period
GRADE 6 th
Student’s name:
_____________________________________



GUIDE LINE FOR SIXTH LEVEL.
















TÓPICO GENERADOR

Jugar con el tiempo y las descripciones en inglés

METAS DE COMPRENSIÓN

  1. Identificar y expresar la descripción de las personas, animales y objetos en inglés en diversos contextos.

  2. Comprender e interpretar lecturas de diferentes textos en inglés a partir de vocabulario propio de las rutinas, los adjetivos y el uso de la hora.

  3. Asimilar, comprender y aplicar la formulación de enunciados orales y escritos con base en el tiempo presente simple en inglés.

Hilos conductores

  1. ¿Desarrollo preguntas de información en relación con el tiempo verbal (simple present tense) en cualquier contexto?

  2. ¿Cómo aplicaría el uso del tiempo verbal (simple present tense) en inglés?

  3. ¿Qué palabras utilizo para describir diferentes elementos en inglés de un contexto?

  4. ¿Considero importante el uso de la hora en inglés?

Desempeños de comprensión

  1. Identifico la importancia que tiene la comunicación del idioma ingles cuando aplico el tiempo verbal (simple present tense) en diferentes contextos.

  2. Participo en una conversación cuando mi interlocutor me da tiempo para pensar mi respuesta. Articulando el tiempo verbal (simple present tense) y las descripciones.

  3. Participo en situaciones comunicativas cotidianas aplicando el tiempo verbal (simple present tense) y las descripciones en diversos contextos.

  4. Desarrollo taller de escritura creativa aplicando las descripciones físicas de las personas.





  1. Look at these people and match them with the name of their occupations.






  1. A singer

e. A writer

i. A soccer player

m. A farmer

  1. An architect

f. A guitar player

j. An engineer

n. A taxi/bus driver

  1. A house wife

g. A cook

k. A doctor

o. An actor/actress

  1. d. A computer programmer

h. A mechanic

l. A policeman





















  1. WRITE R IF THE ACTIVITY IS A ROUTINE AND O IF IT IS AN OCCUPATION.



  1. What do you do in the morning? Do you brush your teeth? Listen to a traditional song about the things that we do in the morning.

T



his is the way we wash our face, 

Wash our face, wash our face,
This is the way we wash our face,
So early in the morning.

This is the way we clean our hands,
Clean our hands, clean our hands,
This is the way we clean our hands,
So early in the morning.

T

his is the way we brush our teeth,
Brush our teeth, brush our teeth,
This is the way we brush our teeth
So early in the morning.


This is the way we comb our hair,
Comb our hair, comb our hair,



SIGNIFICATIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCE.




HOW WOULD YOU EXPRESS YOUR DAILY ROUTINE?





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  Telling the time




WRITE THE TIME IN ENGLISH




Principio del formulario

2:15 - It’s
3:40 - It's 
5:00 - It's 
11:30 - It's 
10:25 - It's 
12: 53 - It's

4: 45 - It's 
07:55 - It's 
9:10 - It's 
12:00 - It'sFinal del formulario

RELATIONSHIP ABOUT THE TIME

1. 1: 47 It’s fourteen to six ______

2. 5:46 It’s thirteen to two_______

3. 8:20 It’s twenty-two after twelve________

4. 3:15 It’s a quarter past seven______

5. 11:00 It’s eight to five_______

6. 6:50 It’s ten to seven_______

7. 4:52 It’s half past nine_______

8. 12:22 It’s eleven o’clock_______

9. 7:15 It’s a quarter past three_______

10. 9: 30 It’s twenty past eight________

English Adjectives

What is an adjective?"


Simply put adjectives are descriptive words. Adjectives are used to describe or give information about things, ideas and people:
nouns or pronouns

For example:

  • "Her hair was long and blonde." or "She had long, blonde hair."

More examples:

Adjective

Pretty

Serious

Fast

Quiet

Example

She is a pretty girl.

He was a serious boy.

It could be a fast car.

They were quiet children.

EXPLAIN THE USE OF QUALIFYING ADJECTIVES

TRANSLATE INTO SPANISH AND MAKE STATEMENTS

Long

Short

Fast

Slow

Nice

Smart

TRANSLATE INTO ENGLISH

Yo tengo un perro grande _____________________________________________________

Usted es una persona astuta_____________________________________________________

Ella es una mujer alta__________________________________________________________

Nosotros somos buenos estudiantes______________________________________________

Él es una persona baja_________________________________________________________

TRANSLATE INTO SPANISH:

a. This is a wide street

b. I have a red car and a small bike

c. they are in a narrow yard

d.I eat fish a lot.

e.They are fast people

A CALL TO THE POOL

READING COMPREHENSION- SHORT STORIES



My name is Sam. Today is very hot. The sun is very strong. I am hot. I want to be cool. How can I get cool? Wait...I know!

I can go to the pool. The pool is cool. I can swim in the pool. Is the pool open? Or is the pool closed? Where is the phone? I need to call the pool. I need to find out if the pool is open or closed.

— Ring! Ring! — “Hello. My name is Andrea. I am at the pool. Can I help you?” “Hi, Andrea. Is the pool open?” "Yes. The pool is open." “Okay. Thank you!” “You are welcome. Bye!” Great! The pool is open! Now I can cool down!
Questions:
1) What is the weather like today?

A. It is cold.

B. It is cool.

C. It is warm.

D. It is hot.
2) Sam is hot, but Sam wants to be
A. cold

B. cool

C. warm

D. hot
3) How can Sam get cool?
A. He can go to the library.

B. He can go to the pool.

C. He can go to school.

D. He can go to work.
4) Why does Sam talk to Andrea?
A. because she is his friend

B. because she knows his sister

C. because Sam needs to know what time it is

D. because Sam wants to know if the pool is open

5) Is the pool open?

A. Yes, the pool is open.

B. No, the pool is not open. The pool is closed.

THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE IS USED TO DESCRIBE HABITS, ROUTINES AND FACTS.







  1. VERBS IN THE SIMPLE PRESENT ADD S, ES OR IES FOR HE / SHE/ IT.









SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE

Use: to talk about habits, routines and facts.

AFFIRMATIVE

SUBJECT +VERB + COMPLEMENT

I eat bread

He eats bread

It (school) begins at 8:15 a.m

Note: add -s to the verb for He, She or It.


NEGATIVE

SUBJECT + DO/DOES+NOT +SIMP. FORM OF VERB +COMPLEM.

I do not (don’t) eat bread

She/he does not(doesn’t) eat bread

QUESTION

WH + DO/DOES+SUBJ.+ NOT + SIMP. FORM OF VERB +COMPLEM

What do you eat for breakfast?

What does she eat for breakfast?

COMPLETE WITH THE FOLLOWING VERB: cleans, walks, has, study, run, works, are, travel, breaks, is.

  1. I_________ to Cali every weeks.

  2. They_________ in the park every Sunday.

  3. My mother_____________ the house.

  4. You_________ a good student.

  5. Mary_________ in a bank.

  6. John________ to his office.

  7. You________ English at school.

  8. The dog the fence.

  9. The car_________ in the garage.

  10. My father_______ a nice coat.

TRANSLATE TO SPANISH

  1. We live in Candelaria.

  2. George sells orange juice.

  3. I always visit my mother.

  4. Carol goes to the church.

  5. They are my best friends.

  6. You always pay the tickets.

  7. London is a big and nice city.

  8. My cousin paints the house.

  9. I study and work in Madrid.

  10. Mike never does the homework.

COMPLETE THESE STATEMENTS (SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE)

Example: Jane ___________ a book. (not/to read)
Answer: Jane (does not read) a book.

1) Julie his shirt. (not/to buy)

2) You songs in the bathroom. (not/to sing)

3) Julie in the garden. (not/to work)

4) I at home. (not/to sit)

5) Tina and Kate the windows. (not/to open)



Look at Juliana’s schedule, Write about her routines.



TIME

JULIANA SCHEDULE

6:00

Get up

6:15

Take a shower and get dress

6:30

Have breakfast

6:45

Her mother takes her to school by car

7:15

Start classes

1:00

Finish classes

2:00

Practice volleyball

6:00

Arrive home

6:15

Have dinner

7:00

Do homework

8:30

Watch t.v

9: 00

Go to bed

1. List the activities in daily routines

  1. She gets up at 6:00 a.m.

  2. She takes a shower and gets dress at 6:15 a.m.

  3. She has breakfast at 6:30 a.m.

  4. Her mother always takes her to school by car.

  5. She starts classes at 7:15 a.m.

  6. She finishes classes and has lunch

  7. at 1:00 p.m.

  8. She practices volleyball at 2 p.m.

  9. She arrives home at 6:00 p.m

  10. She has dinner at 6:15 p.m

  11. She does her homework at 7:00 p.m.

  12. She watches t.v at 8:30 p.m

  13. She goes to bed at 9 pm.


2. Write the list of events in the order of how they occur.(time)

JULIANA DAILY ROUTINES.

Juliana is 11 years old and she’s in sixth grade.

Juliana’s daily routine is interesting; she does different activities a day.

Juliana gets up at 6:00 AM, She takes a shower and she gets dress at 6:15 AM.

At 6:30 AM she has breakfast and brushes her teeth.

Her mother always takes her to school by car. She starts classes at 7:15 AM and has lunch at noon.

She goes to the school’s park and talks to her friends about fashion, boys, TV programs, music, teen magazines, food, favorite places and so on.

She finishes classes and has lunch at 1:00 PM.

Her mother takes her to a sport club, where Anna practices volleyball for three hours.

At 6:00 PM, she comes back home and has dinner at 6:15 PM.

She does homework and packs the things she needs for next day.

She watches TV a half an hour .

She goes to bed.

3. Join the events with daily routines with the appropriate connectors of sequence.

JULIANA’S DAILY ROUTINE.

Juliana: She is 11 years old and she’s in sixth grade.

Juliana’s daily routine is interesting; she does different activities a day. (Introduction)

First, Juliana gets up at 6:00 AM and takes a shower.

After she gets dress, has breakfast and brushes her teeth at 6:15 AM.

At 6:30, Her mother always takes her to school by car.

She starts classes at 7:15 AM and has lunch at noon.

Then, she goes to the school’s park and talks to her friends about fashion, boys, TV programs, music, teen magazines, food, favorite places and so on.

She finishes classes and has lunch at 1:00 PM.

Next, Her mother takes her to a sport club, where Anna practices volleyball for three hours.

At 6:00 PM, she comes back home and has dinner AT 6:15 P.M

After that, she does homework and packs the things she needs for next day. (Main body)

Then, she watches TV a half an hour.

Finally, she goes bed. (Conclusion)
4. Read the text to make sure daily routine is correct.


Juliana is 11 years old and she’s in sixth grade.

Juliana’s daily routine is interesting; she does different activities a day.

First, Juliana gets up at 6:00 AM and takes a shower.

After she gets dress, has breakfast and brushes her teeth at 6:15 AM.

At 6:30, Her mother always takes her to school by car.

She starts classes at 7:15 AM and has lunch at noon.

Then, she goes to the school’s park and talks to her friends about fashion, boys, TV programs, music, teen magazines, food, favorite places and so on.

She finishes classes and has lunch at 1:00 PM.

Next, her mother takes her to a sport club, where Anna practices volleyball for three hours.

At 6:00 PM, she comes back home and has dinner AT 6:15 P.M

After that, she does homework and packs the things she needs for next day.

Then, she watches TV a half an hour.

Finally, she goes bed.












Use your daily routine information and make a paragraph following steps learnt in Flowchart 1



TIME

MY SCHEDULE













































































QUESTION

ANSWERS

Who do you live with?




What do your parents do?




Where do you study?




What do you usually have for breakfast?




Do you watch TV at night?




Do you go to bed early?




Do you like to study English?




Do you practice any sport? Which one?




What do you do on weekends?




What’s your favorite day of the week? Why?







TAKEN FROM TEENAGERS NEW GENERATION BOOK 6 P 86.

2.



TAKEN FROM TEENAGERS NEW GENERATION BOOK 6 P 82.

I match each picture with the corresponding daily activity.

LAURA’S SCHEDULE.



1.Get up at 8:30. 2.Take a shower at 8:45.

A. 10 A. 7

B. 1 B. 3

C. 9 C. 5

3.Have breakfast at 9:00 . 4.Get dressed at 9:15.

A. 12 A. 1

B. 4 B.10

C. 5 C.3
5. Arrive at work at 10:00. 6.Have lunch at 12:00.

A. 8 A. 12

B. 11 B. 5

C. 6 C. 4
7. Go to the gym at :6:00. 8.Go to the supermarket or shopping at 7:30.

A. 8 A. 3

B. 2 B. 8

C. 10 C. 1

9. Go to bed at 10:00.

A. 9 B. 1 C. 10

  1. Base on the information above, write about Laura’s daily activities. Remember to use the sequence connectors: First, then, next, later, after that and finally.


___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

  1. Read and answer the questions below.


My name is Amanda Sanchez, I am 25 years old.
I am a secretary; I work in a publicity agency.
First I get up at six o’clock. Then I take a shower and get dress.
Next, I have breakfast in a cafeteria across from my building.
Later, I start work at 8:00 and I have my lunch at 12:00.
After that, I start my English classes from 2:00 to 6:00.
Finally, I arrive at home at 7:00 and go to bed at 9:00.


What’s her name? How old is she?

A. Lucia A. 16

B. Amanda B. 23

C.Paula C. 25

What does she do? Where does she work?

A. doctor A. Publicitary agency

B. dancer B. Ecopetrol

C. secretary C. American company

What time does she go to bed?

A. at 5pm.

B. at 7pm.

C. at 9pm.

EVALUATION FORMS:

It will evaluate of different forms like:

workshops,

activities in classroom,

participating,

the teacher will check the student´s responsibility their answers, and punctuality.

The evaluation is to build the autonomy responsibility and the motivation for learn.

LEVELING ACTIVITY AND / OR RECOVERY

Prepare una exposición con este tema.

El artículo definido en inglés

Tanto en inglés como en español se utiliza el artículo definido para referirse a un objeto en concreto. El artículo definido es muy simple, siempre se usa: "the".

Artículo Definido Significado

the el (masculino)

la (femenino) lo (neutro) los (plural) las (plural)

The car is mine

El coche es mio

The chair has 4 legs

La silla tiene 4 patas

The cabinets are open

Los armarios están abiertos

Pronunciación de 'The'

En general se pronuncia como "de":

The dog [de doj]

El perro

Pero si precede a otra palabra, comenzada por vocal se pronuncia "di".

Ejemplo artículo an

El artículo indefinido en inglés

En inglés, se usa el artículo indefinido para referirse a un elemento sin concretar cuál es (como en español).

El artículo indefinido es:

A (pronunciado "a")

Articulo Indefinido Significado

Singular a un

Una unas

Plural (se omite) unos

I have a car

yo tengo un coche

He has a wife and 2 kids

Él tiene una mujer y 2 hijos

CUIDADO: En inglés sólo se usa el artículo indefinido en singular. En plural simplemente se omite:

I have a dog ➜

I have dogs

Tengo un perro ➜ Tengo unos perros

Artículo indefinido: 'an'

Si el artículo va seguido de una palabra que comienza (su pronunciación), por vocal se utiliza "an" en lugar de "a".

I ate half of an apple[ai eit jaf an apol]

Me comí la mitad de una manzana

Pero cuidado:

I am a European [ai am a yeropian]

Yo soy un europeo

A pesar que 'European' comienza por vocal, su pronunciación empieza por consonante, por lo que no se usa "an" sino simplemente "a".

OMISIÓN DEL ARTÍCULO EN INGLÉS

Los usos de los artículos en español y en inglés son bastante equivalentes, sólo hay unas pocas excepciones.

En inglés se omite el artículo con:

Materiales (incontables)

Copper is a good conductor

El cobre es un buen conductor

Plurales cuando nos referimos a la totalidad

Children are Innocent

Los niños son inocentes (en el sentido de todos los niños)

Horas

I work until 4:00 PM

Trabajo hasta las 4 de la tarde

Tratamientos (señor, señora, conde, duque, ...)

Mr. Smith went to America in 2009

El señor Smith fue a América en el 2009

Idiomas

English is hard

El inglés es difícil

Asignaturas académicas

I like physics more than chemistry

Me gusta más la física que la química

Deportes

I play soccer

Yo juego al fútbol

Good luck

GOD BLESS YOU, AND KEEP YOU ALWAYS

FATHER OR MOTHER NAME

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