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GUIA N0 2 “APRENDE EN CASA” 2020

“La educación alimenta la confianza. La confianza alimenta la esperanza. La esperanza alimenta la paz”.

Sede: Principal Jornada: matinal Grado: 10-1, 10-2


Periodo: II
Area: Humanidades Materia: inglés SABERES (S): Expressions with dream, first and second
Docente: Nelys patricias calderón Jiménez
conditional, lesson 2 Ambitions and goals: want to /plan to/intend to/would like to /keen to
Email: nelyscal@hotmail.com

Año 2020 Dimensiones/Áreas/Asignaturas:

Horas previstas para el desarrollo Semana: De Hasta


de la guía (en horas):
15

Contextualización y motivación.

La siguiente guía de la estrategia aprende en casa, pretende abordar de forma transversal el desarrollo de
competencias y habilidades en los estudiantes del grado ONCE. Para el desarrollo de las siguientes actividades
por favor disponga de un espacio adecuado, cómodo y en lo posible sin distracciones para los jóvenes. Desarrolle
las actividades en el cuaderno de la asignatura.
Propósitos de formación.

Unidad 1 mirando hacia el futuro.


aprender sobre tecnología, idiomas y cualidades de líder de equipo, en
 Piensa y comparte tus sueños y metas futuras, en.
 Hablando: discutiendo sueños para tu futuro y carrera
 Escribir: hablar y comparar temores para la vida
Unidad 2 lo que necesito saber ...
aprende sobre estudiar en la universidad y buenas técnicas de entrevista, en
 hablando: haciendo y respondiendo preguntas sobre planes para el futuro.
 escritura: un plan sobre tus objetivos personales y cómo los lograrás.
Desarrollo y potenciación de aprendizajes.

Lesson 1: speak
1. look at the picture. Read. Answer the questions
a. How often do you think about your future?
b. Do you feel like the boy on the left or the girl on the right
I´m so worried about
I IIIIIIIIIIdon´t
my future…
know what to do. I´m
not good at anything. Don´t worry.Do what I do
…ask a teacher at school
and talk to your
parents.That will help

2. to read: to some students. What are their dreams for the future?
Who wants..
 To have a family?
 To travel a lot?
 To have a good job?
 To be happy?
 To be famous?.

3. discuss with your brother or sister.

a. What are your dreams for the future?

b. what do you need to do to make your


dreams come true

Focus on vocabulary

4. match the sentences with the meanings of the phrases with dream

a. I dream of going to Antarctica on holiday.

b. My sister wants to be a doctor. It´s her dream job.

c. you´ll never be a film star. You´re living in a dream world.

d. the party went like a dream. We all had a gread time.

e. Do you really think Dad will let you come home late?Dream on¡

An unreal world

Want to do something very much Was perfect

Dream

Ideal career

That will never happen¡


5. what´s your dream job?. Why ? . discuss with your family.

READ

6. Read a teenager´s blog post. Do you ever feel the same?

M y future: a Few year ago When I was in 8th grade, Iworried a iot
about my future. Every day. I thought “what am I going to do when I leave
school”?
I didn´t feel exited about the future – I just felt very scared. One reason was
that at that time I found school difficult. I Usually studied hard and listened
in class (weii, I thought so.), but my teachers never seemedto be very
happy with my work –or with me. When I think back to those times now,I
Remember that sometimes I didn´t concéntrate very well and I also handed
in work too late. This went on for most of the year, but then near the end
of theyear something happened. I suddenly knew what my dream job was. I love animals and I decided that I
wanted to become a vet¡
To do that I had to go to a good university. And to go to a good university, I had to get good marks and do
well in my exams.
From 9th grade onwards, I worked very hard every day in class. I studied for hours at home and my parents
even told me to work less¡ At the end of that year, I won a prize for my good marks. My family were so proud
of me and I felt great. But then,I started to worry again. I thought “What will happen if I don´t get good results
next year?and if I didn´t go to university,What would I do ?. Everyone told me that Ijust had to do my best
and to stop worrying. So that´s exactly what I did ¡.
I often think back to 8th grade When I was so scared. How I feel much more confident and I´m looking
forward to the future ¡
7. Match phrases a – d with the underlined phrases in the tezt.
a. do things as well as Icouid
b. feeling happy about something in the future.
c. gave my homework to teachers.
d. continued.
8. Read the text again. Write T (true) F (false), pasa al español.
a. Anna never worried about the future._____
b. she didn´t Always work hard in 8th grade.____
c. she won a prize for her school work in 8th grade.____
d. she studied harder in 9th grade than 8th grade. _____
e. Her family felt happy for her in 9th grade._______
f. She isn´t very confident now._______
Focus on Language
9. Look at these two pairs of sentences. Which ones are in the text?
A1.” What will happen if I don´t get good results next year?”
A2. “What would happen if I didn´t get good results next year? “
B1. “If don´t go to university, what will I do?”
B2.” If I didn´t go to university, what would I do”?.
10. Read the sentences in the exercise 9 again. Answer these questions.
a. Are all the sentences about the future?
b. Which sentences show posible future situations?
c. Which sentences show imaginary future situations?
d. Complete the table. Use the options in the box
 Past simple First conditional Second conditional
 will + infinitive (Real future) (imaginary future
 If I won the lottery, I would If clause
travel the world.
 If I get good results, I will go to Result clause
university.
 Present simple.
 Would + infinitive example

11. Match the two parts of parts of the sentences.


1. will I get a prize. a. ___I wouldn´t worry about my future.
2. If I knew what to study. b. ___ If I pass all my exams?
3. would I ge tinto university. c. ___ My parents will be disappointed.
4. If I don´t study hard, d.____ If failed all my exams?
12. Complete the sentences with your own fears about the future.
a. If……
b. would I …. If…?
c. I won´t … if …
d. wiil…. If …?
e. ………
Antes de continuar te dejo un pequeño resumen de cómo se forma el condicional N0 1 y 2
Condicionales en inglés: Type I – First Conditional
Se forma con un verbo en futuro en la oración principal y con otro en presente en la subordinada.
If + present simple,… Will + infinitive.
Este tipo se usa para hablar de situaciones reales o posibles. Por ejemplo:
If you come for the weekend, we will go to the cinema – Si vienes para el fin de semana, iremos al cine.
Se trata de situaciones probables o muy factibles, pero no podemos estar al 100% seguro de que se darán. Al
contrario que con la Type 0, no se trata de una verdad universal sino de una situación particular. Aquí tienes
algunos ejemplos más:
If you park here, you will get a fine – Si aparcas aquí, te van a multar.

Ejemplos:
If Bill studies, he will pass the exam. / Bill will pass the exam if he studies.(Si Bill estudia, aprobará el
examen
If it doesn’t rain, we will go to the beach. / We will go to the beach if it doesn’t rain. (Si no llueve, iremos a
la playa.)
Will you take the train if you miss the bus? If you miss the bus, will you take the train? (¿Cogerás el tren si
pierdes el bus?)

CONDICIONALES EN INGLÉS: TYPE II – SECOND CONDITIONAL


Esta condicional se forma con would seguido de infinitivo en la oración principal y otro en pasado en la
subordinada.
If + past simple,…would + infinitive.
Esta estructura tiene dos usos. El primero es hablar de situaciones en el futuro que no es probable que
ocurran, por ejemplo:
If I won the lottery, I would spend my life travelling – Si ganara la lotería, me pasaría la vida viajando.
En este sentido, las condicionales se utilizan para hablar de nuestros sueños, nuestros deseos, etc.
Ejemplos:
If I won the lottery, I would travel around the world. / I would travel around the world if I won the lottery.(Si
ganara la lotería, viajaría alrededor del mundo.)
If Rachel had more time, she would learn to play the guitar. / Rachel would learn to play the guitar if
she had more time.(Si Rachel tuviera más tiempo,
Aprendería a tocar la guitarra.)
Would you be happy if you were to get married? / If you were to get married, would you be happy?
(¿Estarías feliz si te casaras?)

Lesson 2: SPEAK.
Read the people´s plans. Match them with the pictures.

a. when i grow up, i hopeto be a dentist.?


b. what do you want to do with your life after this holiday ?
c. five years from now, i see myself as a famous actres.
d. A: my short -term plans?I plan to eat another crisp¡
B: Ha, ha. very funny.
2. READ THE COMMENTS IN EXERCISE 1 AGAIN.WHICH WORDS OR PHRASES TALK ABOUT FUTURE.
3. GO AROUND THE CLASS. ASK YOUR BROTHER ABOUT THEIR PLANS.
fin someone who..
a. ... plans to work and study .
b. ... plans to work before studying .
c. ... plans to study, but not work .
d. .. wants to be a doctor.
e.... wants to be a artist.
f.....doesn´t know what they want to do
g.... has a simillar future plan to yours.
h. .. has a completely different plan to yours
FOCUS ON LANGUAGE.
4. Read the texts. Which words and phrases do they use to talk about their plans and informations?
I´msixteen. I´m in 11th grade and I already have my life plan. More than
anything else, I´d like to study medicine and Iintend to be a doctor before I´m
25. I know it´s hard work, but my dream is to help people have a healthy life .
MILADIS
I Keen to travel around the Word before I
get married and have a family. My ambition
is to became a really good football player.
Ten years from now, I see myself as one of
the best football players in Colombia. I
hope to play until I´m forty.
andres

5. Read the texts again. Write T (TRUE) OR f (false)


a. Miladis wants to help people with medicine after she is 25.
b. Andres plans to travel the word with his family.
c. Both teenagers have a plan for the future.
Lesson 2.¨ Read.
6. Read the text. Answer the questions.
a. What kind of text is it?
b. Do you send and receive a lot of messages?
c. Who do you Usually send messages to?
Carlos rodriguez
Hi Daniel, I´m carlos Rodriguez, sandra´s friend.I´m sixteen years old and in
11th grade at a school in Bogota. I´m writing because I know you´re in 11th
grade too and I´m looking for friends who are feeling like I am about the
future.
I´m very excited about what´s going to happen. I know everything will
change ´but I ´m also a Little nervous. I know I want to be a pilot and I see
myself flying planes and travelling around the world ten years from now.
But I´m also worried because I still don´t know I will be able to do that.
It´s so expensive to become a pilot, but there are different options. For example, there are scholarships ,
or I can work part- time and sabe somemoneyfor my studies. How do you feel about the future? What do
you want to do with your life aftergraduation?

Focus on vocavulary

7. Read the message again. Answer the questions.


a. Who is carlos Rodriguez?
b. Where does he live?
c. How does he feel about his future?
d. What is his main ambition?
e. What is his main fear about th future?
f. How could he get money for his studies?
8. Use a dictionary to find the meaning of the words in the box. Then write five sentences about your
own goals using these words.

Goal, ambition, short-term, long- term, part – time, hope,


aim, intend, keen, scholarship

9. Think about your short – term (ST), MEDIUM –term (MT) and long – term (LT) goals. Copy the table in your
notebook and put a mark (x) in the columns.

goal ST MT LT
Graduate from high school.
Get married
Go to university
Buy a house
Get a good job
Travel around the world
Apply for a scholarship
Get a good mark in the end –of – school exam (pruebas Saber)
Study in different city or country
…. other
Practica prueba saber.
10. En las preguntas de la 1 a la 5 marca A, B, C, O D RECUERDA QUE ESTE TIPO DE PREGUNTA ES LA PARTE 1.
¿Dónde puedo ver estos avisos?

A. on a bar A. on a farm.
1. Happy hour after
B. in a building. 2. No ironing needed B. on a door.
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C. on a road. C. on a box.
D. in a mail D. on a dress LABEL

3. p A. on a pair of socks. 4. No cameras allowed A. In a garden.


3. Use before dec B. in a kitchen aid B. In a museum.
2019 C. on a medicine. C. In a disco.
D. on a shirt D. In a parking lot

A. on a bus
5. Turn off cell phones B. in an internet room.
C. in a auditorium.
D. on a street
Parte 2 lee la descripción de la columna de la izquierda (6- 10) y las palabras de la columna de la derecha (A- H).

¿Cuál palabra de la A – H CONCUERDA con la descripción de cada frase de la izquierda (6- 10)?
A. Sorethroat.
Marque la letra correcta de la A – H. B. Cold.
C. Burn.
EJEMPLO: Damaged or feeling pain……….(F).
D. Pain.
6. An illness of the nose and throat. E. Cut.
F. Hurt.
7. to be damaged or destroyed by fire or something very hot.
G. Cough.
8. a feeling of hurting in your body or suffering in your mind. H. sneeze

9. an opening or wound made by something Sharp.

10. a sudden, rough sound When you send air out of your throat and mouth

PARTE 5 RESPONDA LAS PREGUNTAS 11A 16 DE ACUERDO CON EL SIGUIENTE TEXTO Lea el texto y responda las
preguntas. En las preguntas 11 - 16, marque A, B o C.

JAMES SALTER’S DAYS IN FILM

James Salter was a pilot in the United States Air Force. He abandoned the military profession in 1957 after
the publication of his first novel, The Hunters. He is best known as a novelist, but during the sixties and
seventies, he worked in film making. Salter made documentaries, wrote texts for films, and even was the
director of a film called Three, starring Charlotte Rampling and Sam Waterston. In Passionate Falsehoods,
which was adapted from Salter’s book Burning the Days, published in The New Yorker in 1997, Salter tells the
story of his life in film. Salter’s time in the film world is both good and bad. In Rome, he met directors and
stars. In New York, he explored the city with Robert Redford and enjoyed being famous. Deborah Treisman
and Michael Agger have talked about Salter. Nick Paumgarten in The Last Book, describes Salter’s opinion
about his film career: “Of sixteen texts for movies, only four were popular. There was money, attractive
women, and entrance into rooms where there were stories more for the dinner table than for the page.”
Salter thought he was wasting his time. Perhaps he wasted his time in a larger artistic way, but it still makes
for attractive reading. The Last Book is available to everyone in online stores.
Ejemplo: 0. James Salter is famous for A. his books. B. his movies. C. his plays.
11. James Salter played an important part in the making of movies from
A. 1960 to 1979. B. 1960 to 1970. C. 1960 to 1985.
12. Passionate Falsehoods is
A. a newspaper. B. a play. C. a movie.
13. Salter had nice and difficult times in his
A. acting years. B. big screen work. C. visit to one city.
14. The Last Book was written by
A. James Salter. B. Deborah Treisman. C. Nick Paumgarten.
15. James Salter thinks that his work in the cinema business was
A. not useful. B. not hard. C. not usual.
16... Reading about James Salter's years in the cinema could be
A. clever enough. B. just fair. C. quite interesting.
17. The Last Book can be found
A. in museums. B. at a café. C. on the web.
Aquí les dejos unos enlaces los que tengan internet puede financiar conocimientos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrX7LlgIEPo.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrgx8oDsCfA.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOySsnrMMVg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8irSFvoyLHQ&list=PLN8DQHdZDXwbd4DXeOgiwHC2wP3mzXKs0 (divierte un
poquito y aprende)

"La esperanza no es lo mismo que el optimismo, no es la


convicción de que algo saldrá bien, sino la certeza de que
algo tiene sentido, independientemente de cómo resulte.”
Vaclav Havel.
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