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LEI In-Class Activities

ENGLISH 1
(Units A1 to B2)

MODULE A - UNit A1
Dave

Ana

Anas Day

Hello, Im Penelope Cruz.


Whats your name?
Hi, My names
Brad Pitt.

Hello, Im
Penelope Cruz.
Whats your name?
Nice to meet you
Brad.

Hi, My names
Brad.

Nice to meet
you,too.

Brad, this is Angelina Jolie.


Angelina this is Brad.
Nice to meet you,
Brad .

Nice to meet
you, too.

Greetings

Hello
Good
Good
Good

/Hi!
morning
afternoon
evening

How are you doing?


How are you?
How is it going?

FAREWELLS
Good bye
See you later
See you tomorrow
See you next week
See you at 3:00 pm.
Take care

Good night(goodbye)

FIRST NAME :
LAURA
FAMILY NAME: ARNELLO
LAST NAME:
ARNELLO
SURNAME:
ARNELLO
FULL NAME :LAURA LADY
ARNELLO

MIDDLE NAME :

LADY

Names and Titles


Mr. Garcia ( a man)
Mrs. Garcia ( a married woman)
Ms. Garcia ( women in general)
Miss. Garcia ( a single woman)
Medical doctor : Dr. Smith
University professor : Dr.

Smith/Professor Smith

A1 Act. 1: Greetings
Activity:
Practice the dialogue with different partners from the class.

A: Morning, (Ana).
B: Hi, (Dave). How are you doing?
A: Im doing fine, thanks. How are you?
B: Im good, thanks

Open Groups of
2

A1 Act. 2: Interviews
2) Introduce 2 classmates: This is (Julia)
from (Huaraz).
1) Interview 3 classmates:
You

Whats your first


name?
Whats your last
name?
Whats your
hometown ?
Groups
of 4

A1-Act.3: Making a phone call

Good morning. Pearson University.

TELEPHONE
B: _______________,
MESSAGE
please.
A: Im sorry, hes / shes busy. For: ____________
Do you
want
to leave a message? Mr./Ms. _________
B: Yes,
Please.
called
A: Your name?
will call again
B: ________________.

Just a moment. Will you call again?


B: Yes, I will. / No, I wont.
A: Thank you.
Dr French

Jay Sutter

Robin Cho
Professor Lee

Activity: Role play a secretary. Ask questions and take a message. Use
the names of the people above in the roleplay.
Groups of 2

A1-Act. 4: Saying
Goodbye.
Activity:
Practice the dialogue with different partners from the class.

Chris: See you later, Ana.


Ana: Okay, Chris. Bye.
Chris: Take care!

Open Groups
of 2

Homework
Vocabulary
Make a list of 20 jobs

HOMEWORK
Make a list of 6
farewells and 8
greetings

MODULE A - UNiT A2
Laura

Jiao
Luis

Meeting People

A2-Act. 1: Introducing
Friends
Laura: Luis, this is JiaoLong Chow. Hes a
designer.
Luis: Glad to meet you,
Jiao.
Laura: And this is Luis
Mendez.
Luis is a programmer.
Activity: In groups of 3, meet the other students in your group.

Jiao: Good to meet you.

Groups of 3

Introductions

Albert: Pedro,
Shes a

this is Ana.
travel agent.

Pedro: Nice to meet you.

The Verb to be
Pronoun

Verb

am

You

are

He

is

She

is

It

is

We

are

You

are

singula
r

plural

The verb to be
contractions
I am

Im

You are

You re

He is

Hes

She is

Shes

It is

Its

We are

Were

You are

Youre

They are

Theyre

The verb to be - contractions


I am
You are

Im

Im not

You re You arent / youre


not

He is

Hes

He isnt / hes not

She is

Shes

She isnt/ shes


not

It is

Its

It isnt / Its not

We are

Were

We arent / were
not

Example:
Pablo and I are brothers.
S

We are brothers.
Were
brothers.

Question Form
Mary is a
teacher.
Is Mary a
teacher?
Is she a
teacher?

Question Form
The boy and the girl are
students.
Are the boy and the girl
students?
Are
they
students?

Is Alicia a secretary?
Yes, she
is.

Yes,
shes.
Is Carlos a soccer
player?
No, hes
not.
No, he isnt .

Talking about Jobs


What does he do?
Hes an actor.
What does she do?
Shes a
singer.

What do they do?


Theyre soccer
players.
What do you do?
Im a

a vs an
an

a
e
i
o
u

(with singular words that begin


with vowel sounds)

a vs an
a

b
p
t
w
et
c.

(with singular words that begin


with consonant sounds)

Lets practice

EXERCISE
S

1.- _________HOUSE
2.- _________UNIFORM
3.- _________UMBRELLA
4.- _________ORANGES .
5.-__________HUNDRED SOLES
6.- __________UNIVERSITY
7.- __________PEN
8.- __________TABLE
9.- __________FILES
10.- _________BOOK
11.-__________CAR
12.- _________IMPORTANT
PERSON
13.-_________ HORSE
14.- _________ELEPHANT

Student A: Is Mary a designer?


Student B: Yes, she is.

Student A: Are Sue and


doctors?
Student B: No, theyre not.
No, they arent.

Bill

Student A: Is Carol a nurse?


Student B: No, shes not.
No, she isnt.

Student A: Are Peter and Marco


students ?
Student B: Yes, they are.

A2-Act. 2: What do they


do?
a travel
agent
teache
rs

an artist
an
architect
a
teacher

a designer

a
programmer

studen
ts

actors

Personal Pronouns/ verb to -be


Singular
Plural
I am a teacher

You are a student

He is an actor

She is a singer

It is a bag

We are fromPeru
You are students

They are actors

Yes- No Questions ?
Will Smith is

an actor.

Is Will Smith an actor?


Yes, he is.
/ No, he isnt.
------------------------------------------------------------------Shakira is a singer.
Is Shakira a singer?
Yes, she is. / No , she isnt.
-------------------------------------------------------------Ceviche is
from Peru

Yes- No Questions ?
Will Smith and Tom Cruise are actors.
Are
they actors?
Yes, they are. No, they arent
------------------------------------------------------------------You are students.
Are you students?
Yes, we are. / No we arent.
-------------------------------------------------------------Ceviche and Pisco sour are from Peru
Are they from Peru?
Yes, they are. No they arent.

Questions ?
What does Will Smith do?
.He is an actor
------------------------------------------------------------------What does she do?
She is a singer.
-----------------------------------------------------------------What do they do?
They are actors
--------------------------------------------------------

-------What do you do?


Im a teacher

A2-Act. 2: What do they


do?

2 pairs will
compete
Pair 1

Student A:
Is Mary a designer?
Student B:
Yes, she is.

Student A:
Are they doctors
Student B:
No, they arent

Move 1 space
Groups of 4

A2-Act. 3: Pair Dictation


1) Student A reads the sentences. Student B listens and
writes the sentences.
2) Now, student B reads the sentences. Student A listens
and writes the sentences.

STUDENT A
1. Shes a (nurse).
2. Hes an (artist).
3. Theyre
(programmers).
4. Im a (doctor).
5. Shes a (designer).

STUDENT B
1. Is she a (travel
agent)?
2. Is he an (actor)?
3. Are they
designers?
4. Are you a
Groups of 2
(teacher)?

A2-Act. 4: Hidden Conversations


Student A

Student B

Is this your first


day here?
OR
How are you
doing?

Yes,
Yes,
it is.
it is.
Im
Im
Ken.
Ken.
OR
Fine, thanks.
And you?

Very well, thank


you.
Glad
OR to meet
you.
Jane.you.
Glad Im
to meet
Im Jane.

How is the new


office?
OR to meet you, too.
Good
Groups of 2

A2-Act. 4: Hidden Conversations


Student A
What do you do
here?
OR
How are you
doing?

Theyre very nice,


too.
Im
OR an artist.
Im an artist.

Student B
And the people?
OR
ImIm
a designer.
And you?.
a designer.
And you?

Now, practice the


other conversation.
Groups of 2

A2-Act. 5: Pronunciation
travel

excuse

tomorro
w

teacher

hello

doctor

OK

computer

meeting

professor

agent

designer

Activity:
office
morning
people
today
1) Listen to the pronunciation of each word . Is the stress on the
1st or 2nd syllable?

2) Write a conversation, using 2 words from each column.


Individua
l

A2-Act. 6: Questions &


Answers

A: Good morning.
B: Morning.
A: Are you a computer designer?
B: No, Im not. Im a doctor.
A: Hello.
B: Hi.
A: Is the meeting today?
B: No, tomorrow.
A: OK.

Homework
Write a list of 20
countries and nationalities.

Write 10
sentences

using verb
tobe.(use
famous
peoples
names)
Example:
Gaston is a
chef

MODULE A - UNiT A3

Agent

Emi

New Arrival

A3-Act. 1: A New Arrival STOP!


Agent: Next, please! Passport? Are you
Japanese?
Emi: Yes, thats right.
Agent: Is this you?
Emi: Yes, thats me.
Agent: Are you a student?
Emi: No, Im not. Im a doctor.
Agent: OK. Good luck.
Activity: Imagine you are making your way through
immigration.
Use the conversation as a model and practice
Groups
in pairs.
of 2

Countries and nationalities

Countries
Nationalities
Brazil
Brazilian
Peru Peruvian
Canada Canadian
Mexico
Mexican
Australia Australian
Puerto Rico Puerto Rican
Japan Japanese
China Chinese

Countries
Nationalities

Spain
Germany
France
England
Ireland

Spanish
German
French
English
Irish

The United States

American of America
The United Kingdom

British

Countries and nationalities


Match countries and
nationalities
England ________________
Brazil
________________
Japan
________________
France________________
Ireland ________________
Mexico ________________

Brazilia
n
Japanese
Mexican
Irish
English
French

Individu
al

Wh-questions

Where is Shakira from?


Shes from Colombia.
Shes Colombian.
-------------------------------------------------------- Where is Will Smith from?
Hes from the U.S.
Hes American.
---------------------------------------------------------------

--- Where are Kak and Ronaldiho from?


They are from Brazil.
They re Brazilian.
------------------------------------------------------------------- Where are you from?
Im from Peru.
Im Peruvian.

A: Where is .. from?
B: Hes/Shes from
..
He /Shes

Yes- No
questions

Is Shakira Colombian?
Yes, she is.
----------------------------------------------------------------Is Kak Brazilian?
Yes, he is.
.---------------------------------------------------------------Is Will Smith Mexican?
No , he isnt . Hes American./
No, he isnt. Hes from the US.
------------------------------------------------------------------Is Thalia Colombian?
No, she isnt . She is Mexican./
No, she isnt. Shes from Mexico.
------------------------------------------------------------------Are you Italian?
Yes, I am. / No, Im not. Im Peruvian.

Make yes-no quest


American?
Peruvian?
Colombian?
Is
Are

English?
Italian
?

Spanish ?
Japanese?
Mexican?

A3-Act. 2: Find The


Double
A: Is Bob British? B: Yes, he is.
A: Is he a doctor? B: No. Hes a/an teache
________________.

r
Name

Country

Occupati
on

Double?

Bob

England

Doctor

Yes

No

Activity : Ask and answer questions to find the


doubles.
Groups of 2

IMPERATIVES/commands
Negative imperatives

Affirmative imperatives

(Please)
(Please) Stand up
Sit down
Open your books
Look at the book
Turn on the computer
Clean your room

Dont stand up
Dont sit down
Dont open your books
Dont look at the book
Dont turn on the computer
Dont clean your room

Board game
! = Come
here!

X = Dont come
Move here!
12 space
spaces

:)

:)

= Please come
here. X
= Please dont
come here!

A3-Act. 3: Giving Commands


:)

X
eat there

give me

listen to her

FINISH

look at

:)

:)

X
open

!
close

eat in class

close

sit down

!
open

come here

X
open

:)

Groups of 4

follow

:)

START

give me

:)

!
talk in class

go there

:)

:)

sit here

:)

:)

:)

wait for me

OBJECT
PRONOUNS

A.I love you. Do you love me?

B: Of course, I love you

-------------------------------------------------
A: I dont like Jennifer Lopez. Do you like her?

B: I love her

--------------------------------------------------
A:I like Van Damme. Do you like him?

B:No, I dont

--------------------------------------------------
A: I like ceviche. Do you like it?

B. Yes, I like it very much

-----------------------------------------------------
A: I like The Backstreet Boys. Do you like them?

B: Yes, I like them

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Children: Mom, do you love us?

Mom: Yes, I love you

Personal pronouns

I
You
He
She
It
You
They
we

Object pronouns

Me
You
Him
Her
It
You
Them
us

A3-Act. 4: BiNGO
beat / bit

feel / fill

leave /
live

his / hes

heat / hit

these /
this

eat / it

seat / sit

bit

bit

bit X
BINGO

teacher

Individual

A3-Act. 5: Hidden Conversations


Student A
Good afternoon.
OR
Excuse me. Is this
immigration?

Yes, thats me.


OR
Yes, it is. Your
name?

Student
B
Hello. Is this Dr.
Lins office?
OR
Yes. Are you Max
Holm?

What
What
dodo
you
you
do?
do?
OR
Im Ellie King.

Groups of
2

A3-Act. 5: Hidden
Conversations
Student A
Student
B
OK, Ms King. Please
have a seat.
OR
Im an actor.

Please wait here.


OR
Here?

Whats the
problem?
OR
Yes, thats fine. Fill
this out, please.

OK
OR
Just sit down here
and wait.
Groups of
2

Homework
Vocabulary

Grammar

Write a list of Write the rules


20
classroom for plurals
Give examples
objects
for each rule.

MODULE A UNiT A4

Sam
Kate

Whats This?

A4-Act. 1: What a Mess!

ractise the dialogue below with a partner.


Kate: What is this folder?
Sam: Thats the Europe folder.
Kate: And what are these papers?
Sam: Let me see. Ah, those are receipts.
Kate: Sam! This place is a mess!
Sam: Im sorry. Ill sort it out.

Groups of 2

THIS
- THESE /PLURAL
THAT - THOSE
SINGULAR
NEAR

THIS IS A BOOK

THESE ARE BOOKS

FAR

THAT IS A BOOK

THOSE ARE BOOKS

USE : HERE OR RIGHT HERE WITH THIS/ THESE

Example: Whats this book here?

Its a history book

USE: THERE OR OVERE THERE WITH THAT /THOSE

Example : What are those papers over there? They


are shopping receipts

Exercises
What is this?

Its a bag

Whats that? Its a pen.


What are these?

Theyre files

What are those? Theyre cell phones

In the office

PLURALS
Singular
Book
File
Teacher
Pencil
Camera
Eraser
Table
A computer

Plural
Books
Files
Teachers
Pencils
Cameras
Erasers
Tables
Computers

PLURALS
Plural

Singular

Watch
Box
Brush

Sh- ch-s-x +
es

Watches
Boxes
Brushes

Consonant + Parties
y=

Party
y
Baby
ies
dictionary

Babies
dictionaries

IRREGULAR PLURALS
SINGULAR

Child
Person
Tooth
Foot
Man
Woma

PLURAL

Children
People
Teeth
feet
Men
Women

A4-Act. 3: Board Game


STAR
T
FINISH

A: What
What is
dothis
youcalled?
call this?
A:A:What
do you
call these?

B:
chairs. phone.
B: Theyre
Its
Its aa multi-line
desk.

WH QUESTIONS
What: things , objects
Example: whats this? Its an eraser
Whats this called? Its called a printer.
Who: person, people
Example; whos that man? thats my friend.
Who is the President of Peru? Ollanta Humala
Where: places
Where is the teacher? Shes in the office
Where is Canada? Its in North America

A4-Act. 2: Pair Dictation


STUDENT A: Read these questions to student B.
1. Who are those girls? 5.
_________________________________
Theyre secretaries from the office.
2. Wheres Ms. Loo?
_________________________________
3. Where are the boys? _________________________________
4. Whos that woman? _________________________________
5. Wheres the book? _________________________________

STUDENT B: Say the right answer to As


question.
1. Im sorry. I dont know her.
2. Its over there by the TV.
3. Shes an artist.
4. Theyre at the cinema.
Groups of 2
5. Theyre secretaries from the office.

A4-Act 4: Hidden
Conversations
Student
A
Student
B
Whos that?
OR
Who are those
men?

Thats Martha.
OR
Theyre Paulo and
Marco.

What do they do?


OR
Is she the new
engineer?

No, shes a
designer.
OR
Theyre
programmers.
Groups of
2

A4-Act 4: Hidden
Conversations
Student
A
Student
B
Oh? Where is she
from?
OR
Really? Where are
they from?

Are they brothers?


OR
And is she the new
manager?

Shes from Brazil.


OR
Theyre from Italy.

I dont know. Ask


her.
OR
I dont know. Ask
them.
Groups of
2

A4-Act 4: How Many Words?


Think of words that have the sound
/th/. Make a list.
_____________
_____________ ______________
the
_____________

_____________ ______________

_____________

_____________ ______________

_____________

_____________ ______________

Now write a conversation, using 4 words


from your list.
they brother the them father those

this

that

these
Groups of
3

HOMEWORK
VOCABULARY

GRAMMAR

Ask questions and

answers about new


things.
Whats this? Its a cell
Make a list of
phone
adjectives for the next
What are these? They
categories
are cell phones
Appearance - feelingscolors

MODULE A UNiT A5
Jin
Emi

The First Day

A5-Act 1: Hi! Is this English?


Practise the dialogue below with a partner. Concentrate
on your pronunciation
Emi: Hi! Is this English with
Professor Brown?
Jin: Yes. This is it.
Emi: Are you a student?
Jin: Yes, I am.
Emi: Im Emi Emi Okada.
Jin: Oh, youre Japanese.
Emi: Thats right. And youre
Jin: Im Korean. My names Jin Jin Koh.
Emi: Nice to meet you, Jin.
Groups of 2

Telling the Time


What time is it?
Do you know the time?
Its 8 o clock
Yes, its 8 o clock
-------------------------------------------------------------------What time is it?
Its about 12 o clock. (11:50-12:10)
----------------------------------------------------------------------What time is it?
Its almost 12:00. (11:58)
------------------------------------------------------------------------What time is the English class?
When is the

English class?
Its
8:00am
am

a
t

aits
t

8:00

Exercises: what time


is it?
Its eleven oclock

Its seven
fifty
Its
about eight
Its ten to eight

Its one thirty

Its three
fifty
Its
ten to four

Its seven thirty

Its seven twenty

It`s three oh five

Its twelve forty -five

A5-Act 2: Registering for a class


Class

Time

Instructor

Painting

Ms. Chan

20th-century
cinema
Karate

6:00 p.m.8:00
5:30 pm
p.m.7:30
4:15 pm
p.m.-

Business
writing
French

6:15
7:15
8:30
6:30

Ms.
Russo
Mr.

pm
p.m.pm
p.m.-

8:15 pm
Hello. Student Registration.
Whats your name?
Whats your student ID number?
What class do you want to register for?
That class is still open.
It meets from ______ to ________.
___________ is the teacher.
OK. Youre registered.

Mr.
Williams
Mr. Mori

Hi. IBoucher
want to register for a class.
My names ________________.
My student ID is ____________.
I want to register for the ______ class.
What time is the class?
Whos the teacher?
OK. Sign me up.
Groups of 2

A5-Act 3: What time is?


2 pairs will
compete
Example:

A: What time is your train?


B: At exactly 7:42

= 2 spaces

Adjectives

This man is
tall

This boy is
short

That man is
strong
This boy is
weak
The witch is
ugly
The princess is
beautiful.

This is easy.

This is
difficult.
That car is old.
This car is
new.

A tiger is fast.
A turtle is
slow.

Big

Sma
ll

An elephant is
big.
A mouse is
small.

Fat
Thin
stron
stro
wea
g
ng
k
Brutus
is strong
and
fat. is thin and
Oliva
.
weak.
. Popeye is strong.

A5-Act 4:
________ Bingo!
funny.
________ nervous.
________ tired

________ OK.

________sad.

________ tired.

________ intelligent ________ easy.


________ easy.

________ sad.

________
interesting.
________ funny.

________
intelligent.
________

________ nervous.

interesting
________ OK.

I am You
Im are
Your
e

He is She
Hes is
She
s

Fill in
the blanks
with the
words in
the pool

They
We
It is That
are
Theyr are
Wer Its is
That
Whole
class
e
e
s

Example:
________
That funny.
s
He is tired
________
It is
________sad.

I am nervous.
________
Wer OK.
________
eIm
________ tired.

We
________
intelligent ________
They easy.
are
are
You
________
Its
easy.
________
sad.
are
Your
________
She
________
e
interesting.
s
intelligent.
That
She
________ funny.
________
is
is
interesting
Hes
________ nervous.
________
Theyr OK.
e
Shes
Thats
He
iseasy
We
are
IWere
am
It
is are
sad
They
are
That
Hes
is sadHes
You
Im
tired
She
is
Theyre
Its
Youre
Shes
interesting
funny
tired
intelligent
nervous
OK
easy
funny
sad
interesting
nervous
OK
intelligent
funny

Whole class

A5-Act 5: How much do you


remember?

Is the sentence true or false? Decide together. Circle the answer.

Sentence
Emi is in French class.
This is Jins first class.
Emi and Jin are ld
friends..
The professors last name is
Brown

Emi`s last name is Koh.


Jin is nervous.
Jin is Japanese.
Emi and Jin are teachers.

T or Correct with
FT
isnt/arent
Emi isn't in French
class.
F
T
F
T
F
T
F
T
F
T
F
T
F
T
F

Groups of 2

VOCABULARY

GRAMMAR

Write a list of ordinal

numbers , days and


months

Write a dialog making a

reservation hotel

MODULE B Unit B1

Chris

Kate

Its a Great Place

ORDINAL NUMBERS

1st First
11th
2nd Second
12th
3rd Third
13th
4th fourth 14th
5th fifth
15th
6th sixth
16th
7th seventh17th
8th eighth 18th
9th ninth 19th
10th tenth 20th

21st twenty-first
eleventh
22nd twenty-second
twelfth
23rd twenty-third
thirteenth
24th twenty-fourth
fourteenth
25th twenty-fifth
fifteenth
26th twenty-sixth
sixteenth
.
seventeenth
.
eighteenth
30th thirtieth
nineteenth
31st thirty-first
twentieth

MONTHS OF THE YEAR


January
February
March
April
May
June
July

August
September
October
November
December

Dates
A:What date is it
today?
B: Its October
6th.
A.When is New
Year?
B.Its on January
1st
A.When is
Christmas?
B: Its on
December 25th

DAYS OF THE
WEEK
WEE
K

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

What day is today?


Saturday

weekda
ys

weeke
nd
Its

B1-Act 3: Find the


ent A: Use the
Reservation Form to complete Student Bs hotel reservat
Difference

ractice the dialogue in groups of 2.


A: Grand Hotel. Can I help you?
B: I need a reservation for next
week.
A: What nights?
B: For ___ nights. From June ____,
This time, use the information
____, and ____.
below to modify the dialogue.
A: Single room or double room?
B: ______________ room(s) please. Practice again.
A: How many people?
B: ____ person / people.
A: Smoking or non-smoking?
B: ___________, please.
A: And your name?
Groups of 2
B: ____________ ______________

B1-Act 1: Hotel Reservation


Student A: Travel agent
Student B: You want to make a hotel reservation

he dialogue below as a model. Practise the conversation with a


Kate: Can I help you?

Chris: Yes, I need a hotel reservation.


Kate: OK. What city?
Chris: Manhattan
Kate: OK. When?
Chris: Next week. For three nights. The 7th, 8th, and 9th.
ate: OK, lets see. How about the Northgate? Its very convenient
its not expensive.
Chris: Okay, thats
good
.
Kate:
And
your name ?

Chris: Chris Chris Redmond.


Now, change the words in blue and practice again. Groups of 2

DESCRIPTION
Use the verb TO-BE(am-is-are) for professions

and nationalities, with adjectives to describe


people.
He is a soccer player.
profession
He is Portuguese.
nationality
He is tall.
adjectives
He is attractive.

DESCRIPTION
We use have/has to describe physical

features .
Shakira has long hair
Shakira has long blond hair.
She has brown eyes

Hair style

blond
hair

straight
hair

red
hair

brown
hair

wavy
hair

gray
hair

black
hair

curly
hair

Describing people
Shakira is a singer.
She is about 30

years old.
She is Colombian.
She is short and
slim.
She has long wavy
blond hair and brown
eyes.
She is pretty.

Describing people

She is short and slim.


She is very young.
She has long straight

blond hair.

He is very tall, slim ,

young and attractive.


He has short blond
hair.

B1-Act 2: Find the


Difference
ats the same?
Whats different? Ask questions to find out!
Example:

Student A: Is Josh young or old?


Student A: What color is Joshs hair?
Student B: Hes young.

Student B: He has blonde hair.


Josh

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Tim

Hes young.

He has blonde hair.

Groups of 2

Describing people

Describing people

B1-Act 4: Sort it Out


anything

convenien
t

hotel

registrati
on

available

credit
card

Japanese

reservatio
n

baggage

customers

lobby

reserve

city

expensive

location

single

porter

travel

confirmati front desk

Activity:
on
1) Listen to the pronunciation of each word . Is the stress on the
1st or 2nd syllable?

2) Write a conversation, using 2 words from each column.


Individua

B1-Act 5: Ask and Answer


Student A reads the questions. Student B
listens and chooses the correct answer.
STUDENT A

STUDENT
B

Hows your room?

Im in room 313.
Its small but nice.

Its downtown, on Fourth


Street.
Its 1:30 in the morning. Please call me back tomor
Its called the Athens Hotel.
Im in Plymouth

Groups

HOMEWORK
VOCABULARY

GRAMMAR

Write a paragraph

about yourself and


your favorite
actor/singer(include
Make a list of
name, age, country,
adjectives for the next
nationality ,job, status)
categories
Bring a picture to
Hair, personality, shape
describe it orally

MODULE B UNiT B2

Mrs. Arnello
Emi

Whose Stuff?

B2-Act. 1: Whose Stuff?

) Practice the conversation with a partner.


Laura: Hi, Emi.
Emi: Hi, Mrs .Arnello.
Laura: Good. Oh, Emi is this your shirt?

Emi: The blue one? No, thats not mine. Thats Maggies.
Laura: And these are your socks, right?
Emi: No, but those are mine.
Laura: Well, heres your stuff.
Emi: Thanks, Mrs. Arnello. I really appreciate it.

Now, change the words in blue and practice again.


Groups

Expressing possession

Expressing possession: HAVE/HAS


people

Possession

sentence

He has a beautiful car


Shakira has a boyfriend
They have a big house.

Ollanta and Nadine have


3 children.

1.-Expressing possession:have/has
We use have/ has to express possession
I / you/ we/ they
He/she/ it :

: have
has

2.-Expressing possession:
apostrophe s
Paul has a

beautiful car.
That is Paul s
car.

Shakira has a

boyfriend.
That is Shakiras
boyfriend

APOSTROPHE S OR
S

S APOSTROPHE

PLURAL

This is my parents house


This is my parents house x

Expressing possession:
apostrophe s
Mark and Betty have a house
This is Mark and Bettys house

3.- Expressing possession:


Possessive adjectives

Paul has a beautiful

car.
This is Pauls car.
This is his car
Shakira has a

boyfriend.
This is Shakiras
boyfriend.
This is her boyfriend.

3.-Expressing possession:
Possessive adjectives
Mark and Betty have a house.
This is Mark and Bettys house.
This is their house.

3.- Expressing
possession:
Possessive adjectives
This is Pauls car.
This is his car

This is Shakiras

boyfriend.
This is her boyfriend.

3.-Expressing possession:
Possessive adjectives
This is Mark and Bettys house.
This is their house.

Whose?
Whose car is this?

Whose house is this?

This is Mark and


This is Pauls car.
This is his car

Bettys house.
This is their house.

Possessive adjectives
Personal pronouns

Possessive adjectives

I
You
He
She
It
We
You
They

My
Your
His
Her
Its
Our
Your
Their

Mary

John

4.-Expressing possesion;
possessive pronouns
This bag is hers.

This house is theirs.

That car is his.


That is not my cellphone.
The nokia is mine.

Possessive

pronouns

Personal pronouns

Possessive pronouns

I
You
He
She
It
We
You
They

Mine
Yours
His
Hers
Its
Ours
Yours
Theirs

Jenny

The boys

The boys

Expressing possession
Possessive
adjectives

My
Your
His
Her
Its
Our
Your
Their

possessive
pronouns

Mine
Yours
His
Hers
Its
Ours
Yours
Theirs

Apostrophe

verb
Have
(I/you/we
/they)

Has
(he/she/i
t)

Attention!!
This is my cell phone
This cell phone is mine.
Is this your cell phone?
No,This is mine.
No, this is my cell phone.
No, mine is a smart phone.
No, my cell phone is a smart phone.

Are these Tanias sunglasses?


No. the big one are hers.

Which ones?
A:Which car is
yours?
B:The red car or
the black one?
A:The black one is
mine(the black car is
mine)

A: Which t-shirts

are Marks?
B: the red t-shirts
or the green ones
A:The red ones
are his.

Which one/ ones?


A:Which one is
yours? The pink
bag or the black
one?
B: the black one
A:Which ones are

Maras ? The pink


ones or the black
ones?
B:the pink ones

clothes

B2-Act. 2: Find the Differences


Whats the same? Whats different? Ask questions to find out!
Example:

tudent A: What color is Susans t-shirt?


Student A: What size is Susans t-shirt?
Student B: Its pink

Student B: Its medium

The size is different.

Groups

B2-Act. 3: Whose is This?


2 pairs will
compete
Pair 1
Student A:
Whose t-shirt is this?
Student B:
The black one? Its
Peters.

Move 1 space
Groups

B2-Act. 4: Interviews
Work alone. Make a list of the kinds of clothes in your closet.
Example:

I have
a black
* 2) Put an asterisk (*) next to your favorite clothes.
shirt
blue
pants
) Now, tell
your partner about your clothes. Take notes.
a long
Whats indress
your closet?

etc. pants, shoes,


Ive got shirts,
What are your favorites?
My favorite skirt is my long, black one. My favorite shoes are my purple ones.
Report to the class about your partners favorite clothes.
Groups

B2-Act 5: Hidden
Conversations
Student
A
Student
B
Here are 2
notebooks. Which
one is yours?
OR
Which jeans are
yours?

The red one is


mine.
OR
The blue ones.

Which blue ones?


OR
And whose black
notebook is this?

Its Johns. Whose


disks are these?
OR
The old, blue ones.
And whose shirt is
this?.

Groups of
2

B2-Act 5: Hidden
Conversations
Student A
Student
B
The white one?
OR
Which ones?

The ones with M.J.


on them.
OR
Yeah, the white one
with the flowers on
it.

Oh. Those are Marks.


OR
Its Pams.

Groups of
2