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CUARTO PERIODO PLAN DE RECUPERACIN NIVEL BSICO 9 NOVIEMBRE/13/ DE 2012 TEACHER: LUDY COPETE RENTERIA

INDICACIONES: Los estudiantes que no alcanzaron el logro propuesto para el segundo periodo del
nivel bsico debern estudiar los siguientes temas vistos durante todo el periodo:

TEMAS 1. SECOND conditional/ 2. PHRASAL VERBS 3. MIGHT 4. VOCABULARY DIFERENT WORDS 5. READING COMPREHENSION

Adems, desarrollara las siguientes actividades y repasar en los enlaces recomendados: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Revisar los temas vistos en clase. Explorar los temas de las unidades 10 Y 11 Estudiar el vocabulario de las paginas antes mencionadas y el vocabulario extra que est en el cuaderno( de las 1000 palabras que usted debe saber en ingles) Desarrollar el taller. Anexo a este plan de recuperacin. Entregar el taller el primer da de la semana de recuperacin, adems debe estar ordenado y bien presentado en una carpeta siguiendo las normas.

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Anexo taller

NAME ____________________________COURSE ______________DATE ______________

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER A, B OR C.

Imagine if everyone in your street suddenly came out into the road one day and started singing together. Singing teacher Ruth Black believes it would make everyone so friendly that they would never walk past each other again without saying hello.Singing helps people live in peace together, she says. All over the world people have always sung together and in most places they still do, but in England it is no longer traditional. Nowadays, says Ruth, people only sing together in churches and football grounds, although it could be done anywhere. Everyone is able to sing, she says, but most of us either think we can't or have forgotten what we learned as children. However, as with everything musical, you need to practice and the same applies to your voice. Ruth believes that singing itself brings other benefits.It encourages good breathing, for example. Through singing, people often become more confident and also learn to control stress. But more than anything, it brings people together. When Ruth first started singing, there was little opportunity to sing with others. Then, through a friend, she discovered an excellent singing class and became so keen that she started running her own classes. These are held twice a month for all singers, whatever their level, and are now enormously successful. 14. What is the writer trying to do in this article?

a b

explain why singing has become less popular everywhere describe a teacher's ideas about the importance of singing.

c d

advertise a teacher's singing classes encourage children to learn to sing

16. What can the reader find out from the article?

a b c d

how singing is something anyone can do where the best places to learn to sing are why traditional singing has disappeared how to improve your voice

17. How does Ruth think singing with other people can help

you?

a b c d

you learn to breathe more easily. you are able to improve your speaking. you can get to know other people. You become a confident musician.

18.

What made Ruth start her own class?

A B C D

She couldn't find a suitable class. She was asked to teach people she knew. She wanted to improve her own teaching. She enjoyed going to a singing class herself.

. Fill the gaps with the correct phrasal verbs

OUT AT DOWN ON BACK

a. Put ____________ something warm. Its cold today. b. theres some ice cream in the freezer. Can you get it ______? c. Dave! Come here and sit ______ next to me. d. look ______ the countryside. Isnt it beautiful? e. When are you going ____ to your country? 3. Complete the sentences with a phrasal verb from exercise PICK UP-LOOK FOR TURN OFF- LIE DOWN- TURN ROUND- TRY ON THROW AWAY.

a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

Im ______ my glasses. Have you seen them anywhere?. I like these jeans. Can i ______ them ________? You shouldnt drop litter on the floor! _______ it ______! Dont _______ the newspaper. I havent read it yet. If you dont feel well, go and ______. Do you like my dress? Let me see._______. Yes. Very nice. Why are all these lights on? ________ them _____.

Match a verb in A with a line in B.

CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER 1. If i were the prime minister __________ tax for rich people. a. Id would increase b. ill increase c. i iincrease 2. What would you do if you _________ a. See a ghost b. saw a ghost c. will see. 3. If we ________ have to work, wed travel round the world a. Dont b. would c. didnt work

4. If you _____ more exercise, you _______ be fitter

a. Took,would b. take, would c. would, took 5. I ________give all the Money to charity if i _______ the lottery a. Won, would b. would, won c. would ,win

Imagine if everyone in your street suddenly came out into the road one day and started singing together. Singing teacher Ruth Black believes it would make everyone so friendly that they would never walk past each other again without saying hello.

Singing helps people live in peace together, she says. All over the world people have always sung together and in most places they still do, but in England it is no longer traditional. Nowadays, says Ruth, people only sing together in churches and football grounds, although it could be done anywhere. Everyone is able to sing, she says, but most of us either think we can't or have forgotten what we learned as children. However, as with everything musical, you need to practice and the same applies to your voice. Ruth believes that singing itself brings other benefits.It encourages good breathing, for example. Through singing, people often become more confident and also learn to control stress. But more than anything, it brings people together. When Ruth first started singing, there was little opportunity to sing with others. Then, through a friend, she discovered an excellent singing class and became so keen that she started running her own classes. These are held twice a month for all singers, whatever their level, and are now enormously successful.

14. What is the writer trying to do in this article?

a b

explain why singing has become less popular everywhere describe a teacher's ideas about the importance of singing.

c d

advertise a teacher's singing classes encourage children to learn to sing

16. What can the reader find out from the article?

a b c d

how singing is something anyone can do where the best places to learn to sing are why traditional singing has disappeared how to improve your voice

17. How does Ruth think singing with other people can help

you?

a b c d

you learn to breathe more easily. you are able to improve your speaking. you can get to know other people. You become a confident musician.

18.

What made Ruth start her own class?

A B C D

She couldn't find a suitable class. She was asked to teach people she knew. She wanted to improve her own teaching. She enjoyed going to a singing class herself

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