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3rd Grade Unit 1 Memories Purpose: To enable students to discuss their memories and describe actions that happened when other actions were in progress. 8 weeks: August, September and October.

Lesson 1 1.1 Text about past events where ss recognize past verbs (review).

Lesson 2 1.1 Text about past events where ss recognize past adverbs, like yesterday, last Monday, etc. (review). Lesson 5 1.1 Text produced by ss where they express their experiences on summer vacation. Lesson 8 1.1 Dialogue produced by ss about past events to promote interaction. Lesson 11 1.2 Text about past events where ss identify past progressive verbs. Lesson 14 1.2 Text in past tense where ss notice what someone was doing at a certain moment in the past.

Lesson 3 1.1 Text about past events where ss notice new vocabulary (verbs in past tense).

Lesson 4 1.1 Text in past tense where ss notice and reflect on how to make negative sentences.

Lesson 6 1.1 Dialogue about experiences on summer vacation for ss to identify Yes-No questions.

Lesson 7 1.1 Text (dialogue) where ss notice WH-questions in past tense. Lesson 10 .1.1 Bingo game where ss have the opportunity to interact making questions in past tense. Lesson 13 1.2 Text (story) where ss identify linking devices (first, then, etc)

Lesson 9 1.1 Text production (interview)

Lesson 12 1.2 Text in past progressive where ss notice how to make negative statements. Lesson 15 1.2 Text (picture) where ss describe what people were doing when something happened. Lesson 18 1.2 Text production (interview) to promote interaction among ss. Project work

Lesson 16 1.2 Text production where ss write a short story.

Lesson 17 1.2 Text (dialogue) for ss to notice how to make Yes/No , and WH-questions in past progressive. Lesson 20 Project work

Lesson 19 Project work

Lesson 21 Project work

Lesson 22 General Review.

Lesson 23 Formal evaluation.

Lesson 24 Feedback on exam.

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3rd Grade Unit 2 Rules and Regulations

Purpose: To enable students to interpret and discuss rules and regulations and warning signs/notices, as well as to express obligation. 8 weeks: October, November and December.
Lesson 1 2.1 Text (flash cards) where ss recognize and predict the meaning of warning signs. (Imperative form). Lesson 4 2.1 Text containing more vocabulary about prohibition expressions. Lesson 2 2.1 Text containing more vocabulary about warning signs. Lesson 3 2.1 Text (flash cards) where ss predict the meaning of prohibition expressions. (No, Do not, Never).

Lesson 5 2.1 Text containing more vocabulary for ss to classify which are warnings and which are prohibition expressions. Lesson 8 2.2 Text where ss identify and understand expressions that indicate obligation. (Modal verbs: must and have to).

Lesson 6 2.1 Warning and Prohibition signs created and performed by the ss.

Lesson 7 2.1 Activity where ss classify universal signs: Red: prohibition Blue: information (stairs, restaurant) Green: travelers or emergency inf. Yellow: warnings and school signs.

Lesson 9 . 2.2 Text where ss identify and understand expressions that indicate obligation. (Modal auxiliary/verb: must and have to).

Lesson 10 2.2 Authentic text expressing obligations for ss to identify the purpose of it.

Lesson 11 2.2 Different texts containing rules for ss to identify the purpose of them.

Lesson 12 2.2 Authentic text containing rules for ss to identify the purpose of it.

Lesson 13 2.2 Text created and performed by the ss about their own obligations at home.

Lesson 14 2.2 Text created by ss about rules regarding to different situations.

Lesson 15 Project Work (ss create rules for the classroom, library, cafeterias and school)

Lesson 16 Project Work

Lesson 17 Project Work

Lesson 18 Project Work

Lesson 19 General review.

Lesson 20 Formal evaluation.

Lesson 21 Feedback on exam.

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-Joseph Addison

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3rd Grade Unit 3 Food and Drink

Purpose: To enable students to participate in conversations in which food and drink are ordered, as well as to describe food and drink that they know/like and their recipes, and learn about food and drink in other parts of the world.

7 weeks: January and February.

Lesson 1 3.1 Text (restaurant menu), where ss identify and classify vocabulary about fast food.

Lesson 2 3.1 Text (restaurant reviews), where ss identify and classify vocabulary about food in a restaurant.

Lesson 3 3.1 Text where ss identify and infer someones favorite food.

Lesson 4 3.1 Text (dialogue) where ss notice the different ways of interacting with a waiter in a restaurant.

Lesson 5 3.2 Text (dialogue) where ss identify different expressions to discuss about the preparation of food.

Lesson 6 3.2 Text where ss notice and classify food and drinks in other parts of the world.

Lesson 7 3.2 Text where ss identify countable and uncountable nouns about food and the quantifiers for the uncountable ones.

Lesson 8 3.2 Text where ss identify more quantifiers used with uncountable food nouns.

Lesson 9 3.2 Text (conversation) where ss notice the use of How much and How many

Lesson 10 3.2 Text (recipe) where ss identify verbs in the imperative form when following instructions.

Lesson 11 3.2 Text (recipe) for ss identify more verbs in the imperative form when following instructions.

Lesson 12 3.2 Text (recipe) where ss notice the use of linking devices (or, first, etc) to follow and give instructions.

Lesson 13 3.2 Text (conversation) where someone asks for ingredients and the way to prepare a dish.

Lesson 14 3.2 Text created by ss where they use the imperative form and linking devices to give instructions. Lesson 17 Project work

Lesson 15 3.2 Text presented by ss about a recipe to evaluate written and oral skills.

Lesson 16 Project work

Lesson 18 Project work

Lesson 19 General review.

Lesson 20 Formal evaluation.

Lesson 21 Feedback on exam.

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3rd Grade Unit 4 Planning holidays

Purpose: To enable students to describe and discuss future plans in the context of holidays and travel. 6 weeks: March and April.
Lesson 1 4.1 Text about traveling where ss identify expressions to ask and give information. Lesson 4 4.1 Text (timetable) where ss can ask and give information about places to travel, prices, time and means of transportation. Lesson 7 4.1 Text about asking and giving directions where ss can notice sequence words (first, then, next, after that, finally). Lesson 10 4.2 Text (dialogue) about future plans where ss notice the structure be going to on Yes/No and WH- questions. Lesson 13 4.2 Text (brochure) created by the ss about a place to visit on Lesson 2 4.1 Text about traveling where ss notice the use of by and on with means of transportation. Lesson 5 4.1 Text (dialogue) about traveling where ss notice the weather conditions in places where people is going to travel. Lesson 3 4.1 Text about traveling for ss to notice the use of by and in when paying. Lesson 6 4.1 Text (dialogue) about tourist information where ss identify the alternative routes to travel from one to another city/ place. Use of linking words or and where. Lesson 9 4.2 Text (letter) about future plans where ss notice the structure be going to.

Lesson 8 4.1 Text production: ss produce a questionnaire to interact with a classmate and present it to the group as a role play. Lesson 11 4.2 Text (itinerary) about future plans for ss to reconstruct their own itinerary on summer vacation. Lesson 14 4.2 Ss present orally to their classmates the brochures.

Lesson 12 4.2 Text (schedule) about future events where ss can ask and give information about people, places, time, etc. Lesson 15 4.2 Ss present orally to their classmates the brochures.

vacation. Lesson 16 Project work. Lesson 19 General review. Lesson 17 Project work. Lesson 20 Formal evaluation.

Project work. Lesson 18 Project work. Lesson 21 Feedback on exam.

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Susan Collins

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3rd Grade Unit 5 Life in the Future Purpose: To enable students to make predictions about their life in the future. 6 weeks: May and June

Lesson 1 5.1 Text where ss notice new vocabulary about the weather conditions in each season of the year. Lesson 4 5.1 Text where ss notice the use of wont (will not) and other contractions (I will= Ill). Lesson 7 5.2 Text about future plans where ss notice the use of be going to.

Lesson 2 5.1 Text where ss notice weather conditions and time expressions in the future (will).

Lesson 3 5.1 Text where ss notice the use of will to express predictions in the future.

Lesson 5 5.1 Text (horoscope) where ss understand and support own predictions. Lesson 8 5.2 Text in future tense where ss reflect on the use of will vs be going to.

Lesson 6 5.1 Text (dialogue) where ss identify Yes/No and WHquestions. Lesson 9 5.2 Text in future tense where ss identify and understand words that indicate different degrees of certainty and doubt. Lesson 12 5.2 Text where ss identify linking devices to express cause (because) and sequence (first, after that, when, etc). Lesson 15 5.2 Text production (conversation) for ss to interact asking and answering questions about future plans and/or events. Project work Lesson 18

Lesson 10 5.2 Text (dialogue) in future tense where ss notice and discuss future plans (yes-no questions).

Lesson 11 5.2 Text (dialogue) in future tense where ss notice and discuss future plans (wh- questions).

Lesson 13 5.2 Text (article) produced by ss about personal future plans, thoughts, etc

Lesson 14 5.2 Text production (conversation) for ss to interact asking and answering questions about future plans and/or events.

Lesson 16

Lesson 17

Project work

Project work

Project work

Lesson 19

Lesson 20

Lesson 21

General review.

Formal evaluation.

Feedback on exam.

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