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Unit 2 – Four Corners 1

What are we going to learn at Unit 2?

 Countries & Nationalities.
 Asking someone’s phone number and e-mail.
 Family members.
 Learning how to write about “friends”.

1. What’s your favorite country? Why?
2. What country would you like to visit?
3. Can you give the names of some countries? – Elicit a few names.
Japan – Italy – Canada – Australia – Chile – Argentina – Portugal – Brazil Germany –
France – The USA – China – South Africa – Colombia – Mexico
4. Book page 15:
 Look at the map
 Look at the scrambled names: What country is in the first box? Canada
 What country is in the second box? Mexico
 Let students do it by themselves.
 Compare answers: (BOARD)
 St. A: What countries do you have?
 St. B: I have…
 St. A: They are the same/different.

 Pair work: St. A points to a country and St. B. says it in English.
 Can you name a few more countries?
5. Answer the following questions (PPT):
1. Where are you from? I’m from Brazil.
2. Where is Gisele B. from? She is from Brazil
3. Where are the Beatles from? They are from Liverpool, England.
4. Where are we from? We are from Brazil.
5. Where is Obama from? He is from The United States of America.
6. Where is Shakira from? She is from Colombia?

Practice: [ASK THE PERSON NEXT TO YOU] “Where are you from?” [THEN REPORT]

Book page 16:
 Have students look at the chart and repeat the names of the countries after me.

NATIONALITIES Japanese – Brazilian – Portuguese – Chinese – Australian – Italian – German 1. she is St. 2. / And his nationality? He is Brazilian. A: Madonna St. Book page 16: Complete the chart and compare answers: A St. 5. What’s Shakira’s nationality? She is Colombian. What’s Obama’s nationality? He is American. 4.. B: Is she American? Yes. What’s Gisele’s nationality? She is Brazilian. she isn’t  When I ring the bell students have to change pairs and do the same activity. / Take turns. 3. 6. What are our nationalities? We are Brazilian. B: Is she from the USA? No. Extra: Practicing “yes” – “no” questions with “be ”: Pair work:  Each student chooses a famous person. What are the Beatles’ nationalities? They are English. B: Australian  Play the audio: Listen and check  Play the audio: Listen and repeat (twice)  I say the country and they say the nationality: Practice in pairs  I say the nationality and they say the country: Practice in pairs Book page 16: B: Pair Work: START WITH PPT  Think of a famous’ person’s name:  Model: Kaka – He is from…. . What’s your nationality? I am Brazilian. A: What do you have for Australia? St.Board: Can you give the names of some nationalities? – Elicit a few names.  In pairs: One student says a name and the partner say the country and the nationality.  One says the name: Madonna  One asks questions about the country and nationality: St.

. Where are they? They are in front of their apartment  Look at the people on the right: 1. Who are they? Neighbors 3. What people are in the picture? A man and a woman 2.Page 16: Language in Context: New neighbors  Look at the picture on the left: 1. Are they the same people? No. Where do you think they are from? We think they are from Brazil.  Play the audio: Listen carefully  Answer: 1. they aren’t. What are their names? Carlos and Claudia 2.  Play the audio: Listen and repeat line by line THEN Practice it. What city are they from? They are from Manaus. they are. Are they musicians? Yes. “YES” – “NO” Questions:  ______ ________ Japanese? (you)  ______ ________ Brazilian? (they)  Ask them to complete each sentence and then answer them.  Elicit some examples (affirmative) + (negative) I am a teacher. 2. 4. Where is Manaus? It is in Brazil. He is a student. GRAMMAR: Board Elicit the subject pronouns: One person I He She It More people We You They  Elicit the verb “be” form for each subject pronoun. 3.

join another pair: correct their sentences and let them correct yours. 4. Are they from Canada? No. they are. 3. 2. Listen and repeat:  Letter A: Complete – Practice Book page 17: Pronunciation A:  Talk about stressed syllables  Play the audio and listen then play again and repeat Book page 17: Pronunciation B: Follow my book Book page 17: Speaking:  Pair Work: A: Write 3 FALSE sentences about people. Are Claudia and Carlos musicians? Yes. they aren’t. 127)  Look at the map and ask a few questions  Create a new identity Keep Talking: B (pg. 127)  Interview 4 classmates and complete the cards  Read the model first. What city are they from in Brazil? They are from Manaus.“WH” questions:  Where are you from? – It is about a place (general)  What city are you from? – It is about things.  Go back to the conversation and underline “Wh” questions:  Check comprehension: 1.  Who are they? – It is about people. Extra:  Invite them to tell us about their new classmates .  Pair Work B: Read the example. Book page 17: Play the Grammar audio. countries or nationalities. Keep Talking: A (pg. Where are they from? They are from Brazil.

Page 18: Interactions/A  Look at the picture  How many girls are in the picture? Three  Listen and read  Listen and repeat (line by line)  Practice in pairs Page 18: Interactions/B: Practice with the new expressions Page 18: Interactions/C: Practice with the new numbers and e-mails Page 19/A-B: Listening: Follow my book Page 19: Speaking  Make up a new phone number and a new e-mail address  Ask students to help me write the questions for “Names. . e-mails and phone numbers” on the board. Page 18/C: E-mail address  Listen and read  Listen and repeat PRACTICE: BOARD What’s your e-mail address?  My e-mail address is…  My e-mail is…  It’s…  Practice: (ask and answer).Page 18/A: Emails & phone numbers:  Show students some numbers and ask them how to say them in English (0-20).  Book: listen and read / listen and repeat Page 18/B: Phone numbers  Listen and read  Listen and repeat PRACTICE: BOARD What’s your phone number?  My phone number is …  My number is …  It’s …  Practice: (ask and answer).

.  Pair work: o Join one member from group A and one member from group B o Ask your partner about people from the other group. What’s your e-mail?  Divide students in two groups: o They have to interview the classmates in their groups (5) if possible. Page 19/C: Speaking/Share information  Elicit questions when asking about a “third person” 1. What’s his/her phone? 3. What’s his/her e-mail?  Read the example. What’s your name? 2. 1. What’s your phone number? 3. What’s his/her name? 2.