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English lesson 12 english 2

  1. 1. Where is the bear?
  2. 2. Left / Right
  3. 3. Under
  4. 4. In Front
  5. 5. Around (?)
  6. 6. Up Down
  7. 7. Incy Winy Spider Vocab
  8. 8. Spider
  9. 9. Climbing
  10. 10. Spout
  11. 11. Rain
  12. 12. “Washed Out”
  13. 13. Sun
  14. 14. Dried
  15. 15. Up
  16. 16. Take the song lyrics, draw a picture ofwhat is happening in the song. Write down the prepositions in your drawing.Afterwards we will compare our answers with a video!
  17. 17. Preposition Review
  18. 18. Drawing Dictation
  19. 19. Let’s divide this space:
  20. 20. Where’s Waldo?
  21. 21. Prepositions of Place p.32
  22. 22. Prepositions of Place p. 32 Match these up with the pictures
  23. 23. Where is the light?
  24. 24. Where is the stop sign?
  25. 25. Where is the mailbox?
  26. 26. Where is the mailbox?
  27. 27. Where is the car?
  28. 28. Where is the painted wall?
  29. 29. Where is the house?
  30. 30. Where is the swimming pool?
  31. 31. Where is the swimming pool?
  32. 32. Asking for Directions: • Excuse me,…..“Can you tell me how to find the train station?” “Can you tell me where the train station is?”
  33. 33. Practice the dialogue p. 32
  34. 34. Giving Directions• Go Strait Ahead…• Turn Right at….• Turn Left at….• At the intersection……• What else can we say for giving directions?
  35. 35. Landmarks p.31 (write in Bingo Board) What can you do there?
  36. 36. Complete the Giving Directions Worksheet. • Use the map on p. 33
  37. 37. Giving Directions (Possible) Answers:1. Take a right onto Third Avenue, go strait past the movie theatre and the museum on your right. Cross Park street and the high school is on your right.2. The coffee shop is across Hill Street from the Drug Store. It is near an ATM.3. Take a right onto Hill Street and go strait past the hotel to the intersection with Third Avenue. There take a left onto Third Avenue and go strait up the road until you cross Park Street. The High school will be there, across from the French restaurant.4. Take a left onto Masonic St and then a left onto Main Street. Go strait on to the intersection with King St and Rt. 5 until Main St. becomes Bridge St-Rt. 9. Take a right onto Strong Ave and the Strong Ave. Lot will be on your left.5. File legal documents.6. Catch a train (it is a train station).
  38. 38. Blindfolded Directions GameA race to get the object. Be careful not to bump into things!
  39. 39. 5 Minute Break
  40. 40. Public Transportation p. 34 (Write in Bingo Board) What are the sounds?• Bus• Bus Stop• Driver• Passenger• Taxi Stand• Taxi• Station• Train• Platform• Conductor• Ticket Machine• Ticket
  41. 41. Acting Transportation Game • Pick a card
  42. 42. 7A + B p.34Listen and complete the exercises
  43. 43. Train GameSpace will get smaller and smaller. Follow the conductor’s actions at the front.
  44. 44. Video: Thomas the Tank Engine Watch the videos and complete the multiplechoice questions: (Video 1: Fiery Flin + Video 2 Lazy Engine)
  45. 45. Answers Video 1 Video 2• 1. a • 1. c• 2. b • 2. b• 3. d • 3. b• 4. a • 4. b• 5. d • 5. c• 6. b • 6. b• 7. a • 7. a• 8. c • 8. d• 9. b • 9. a• 10. c • 10. d
  46. 46. 5 Minute Break
  47. 47. Bingo!
  48. 48. Wheels on the Bus• Reading Exercise: Read the lyrics with me • Watch the video • Sing the song / Do the actions
  49. 49. Direct QuestionsDirect questions are the “normal” questions thatwe can ask to friends, family members, andpeople who we know well. Example of a direct question: “Where’s the bathroom?”
  50. 50. Indirect Questions (p. 35) Indirect questions are a little more formal and polite.We use them when talking to a person we don’tknow very well, or in professional situations, and their form is a little different. Example of an indirect question: “Could you tell me where the bathroom is?”
  51. 51. Difference: Direct vs. Indirect Direct Begins with: Indirect• Who • Could you tell me…• What • Do you know…• Where • I was wondering…• When • Do you have any idea…** How ** • I’d like to know… • Would it be possible… • Is there any chance… Basically any question which does not start with “Wh” is indirect
  52. 52. Brainstorm 10 “Wh” questions Lets turn some into indirect questions You do the rest.
  53. 53. 10 A p. 36• Turn the questions into indirect questions (10 minutes) • Walk around and get information from your classmates. Take notes.
  54. 54. Summary• Prepositions review• Incy Wincy Spider Drawing and Song• Asking/ Giving Directions• Transportation vocabulary/Bingo• Thomas the Tank Engine Videos• Wheels on the Bus Song• Direct vs. Indirect Questions

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