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INGLÉS III

Growing up

Folio: INT-O2018-IDSP03-CP
Let’s remember what we studied in the previous unit

Chunks about holidays


and celebrations.
Expressions to talk Global and local
Accommodation,
about the future celebrations
activities and
characteristics
Unidad 4. Growing up
Temas de desarrollar

 Tema 1. Expressions about the past.


 Tema 2. Chunks to mention the places of origin and date of birth.
 Tema 3. School subjects.
Next, we present the topics to
develop class to class.
Tema 1. Expressions about the past

What did you do yesterday?


Tema 1. Expressions about the past
Past time expressions

Las expresiones de tiempo en pasado nos ayudan a estructurar mejor nuestras


oraciones, ya que señalan el tiempo en el que sucedió cierta acción.

Estas expresiones tan comunes las utilizamos cuando decimos:

• Ayer yo estudié inglés.


• Hace tres horas yo estaba en el supermercado.
• Hace un mes fui a México.

Usando estas expresiones, podemos darle un mayor contexto a nuestra idea.


Observa la siguiente tabla >>
Tema 1. Expressions about the past
Tabla de expresiones de tiempo en pasado comunes

Last Ago Yesterday


Last night 10 minutes ago Yesterday
Last Sunday An hour ago Yesterday morning
Last weekend Three days ago Yesterday afternoon
Last week A week ago Yesterday evening
Last month A month ago The day before yesterday
Last year A year ago, two years ago
In (para indicar un mes o un
año en específico)
In 1995
Tema 1. Expressions about the past
Estas expresiones pueden ser colocadas al inicio o al final de la oración. Observa los ejemplos:

Estas expresiones pueden ser colocadas al inicio o al final de la oración. Observa los
ejemplos:

 Yesterday, I was in the bank.

 I left college three years ago.

 Three days ago, we were in Peru.

 I saw him last week.

 In 2002 he was in Alaska.


Tema 1. Expressions about the past
Expressions about the past

Common past time expressions Example sentences Similar expressions


yesterday I walked to work yesterday. yesterday morning
(one day before today) Yesterday, I walked to work. yesterday evening
yesterday afternoon

the day before yesterday Redd bought a house the day before yesterday. the week before last (week)
(two days before today) The day before yesterday, Redd bought a house. the night before last (night)

last night Avril travelled to Halifax last month. last time


(the most recent night) Last month, Avril travelled to Halifax. last week
last month
last year

this morning Kathleen called me this morning. this afternoon


(an earlier time on the same day) This morning, Kathleen called me. this evening

one week ago Kenneth and his wife had a baby one week ago. one hour ago
(a specific period of time in the past) One week ago, Kenneth and his wife had a baby. one day ago
one month ago
one year ago

in 1990 Darren finished university in 1990. in 1970


(a specific point in the past) In 1990, Darren finished university. in March
on Sunday

when + subject + past tense verb Paul played basketball when he was a student. when I was born
(a specific period of time, event, or point in the past) When he was a student, Paul played basketball. when John finished high school
when I turned 18
To deepen the study, we recommend review:

Check the links of the Cambridge platform:

https://www.cambridgelms.org/main/p/class/21186355/launch_scorm/324559/4191
(Unit 5 Lesson A Childhood/6 Figure it out: Time expressions)

https://www.cambridgelms.org/main/p/class/21186355/launch_scorm/569396/4191
(Unit 5 Lesson A Childhood/7 Grammar: Time expressions)

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Tema 2. Chunks to mention the places of origin and date of birth

Where were you born?


Tema 2. Chunks to mention the places of origin and date of birth

 “Well”
are helpful expressions people use
 “Actually” to correct themselves or change
what they say in some way.
 “No, wait”

Examples
Tema 2. Chunks to mention the places of origin and date of birth

Example
 “Well”
A When did you move to New
 “Actually” York?
 “No, wait” B In 2012. No, wait….It was 2013.
That’s right. 2013.
To deepen the study, we recommend review:

Check the links of the Cambridge platform:

https://www.cambridgelms.org/main/p/en/class/21186355/launch_scorm/324511/4191
(Unit 5 Lesson C / 3 Conversation strategy: correcting things you say)

https://www.cambridgelms.org/main/p/class/21186355/launch_scorm/324512/4191
(Unit 5 Lesson C / 4 Strategy plus: I mean)

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Tema 3. School subjects

Which subjects are you interested in? Tell the class

Music: Social studies:


Choir History
Computer studies
Band Geography
Orchestra Economics
Tema 3. School subjects

Which subjects are you interested in? Tell the class

Science:
Chemistry
Mathematics Literature
Physics
Biology
Tema 3. School subjects

Which subjects are you interested in? Tell the class

Physical education
(P.E.):
Gymnastics Drama Art
Track
Dance
To deepen the study, we recommend review:

Check the links of the Cambridge platform:

https://www.cambridgelms.org/main/p/en/class/21186355/launch_scorm/324501/4191
(Unit 5 Lesson B Favorite classes / 4 Building vocabulary: School subjects)

https://www.cambridgelms.org/main/p/class/21186355/launch_scorm/324507/4191
(Unit 5 Vocabulary Notebook)

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Referencias bibliográficas

• McCarthy, M., McCarten, J. & Sandiford, H. (s. f.). Touchstone Student’s


Book 2A. Recuperado de http://www.cambridge.org/touchstonearcade
INGLÉS III

Growing up

Folio: INT-O2018-IDSP03-CP

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