Learning Objectives Greetings and Intros UNIT 1 Â“My favoritesÂ”: Asking and answering questions about favorites Â“Nice to meet you!Â”: Completing forms with personal information Communication Yes/No questions and short answers with be Subject pronouns and possessive adjectives with be Language Link Â“My web pageÂ”: Making a web page Â“Famous name changersÂ”: Reading about peopleÂ’s real names Reading & Writing Contractions with be Â“Meet your classmates!Â”: Introducing yourself Speaking & Pronuncation Â“My friends call me Meg.Â”: Listening for names and nicknames Â“My name is John.Â”: Listening for names Listening classmate, friend, family, boy/girlfriend; various professions Basic introductions WhatÂ’s your name?, My name is . . . Vocabulary Link Lesson B People we like Lesson A Getting to know you
Greetings and Intros - Expressions for making introductions. - Saying hello and good-bye. - Asking for names and telephone numbers. - Introduces subject pronouns, possessive adjectives, and affirmative statements and contractions with the verb to be. What is your name ? My name is first and last name
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Subject Pronoun I You He She It We You They Singular Plural To Be I’m You’re He’s She’s It’s We’re You’re They’re Information question What Whom Who Whose Where Why When How Which UNIT 1 Possessive Adjective My xxxxx Your xxxxx His xxxxx Her xxxxx Its xxxxx Our xxxxx Your xxxxx Their xxxxx Titles Mr. Ms. Mrs. Miss Title + Last name
Learning Objectives Countries and Nationalities UNIT 2 Â“Vacation!Â”: Choosing a vacation spot Â“The country and city game!Â”: Asking and answering questions about places Communication Be + adjective Question words where and who Language Link Â“A postcard from my cityÂ”: Describing a place Â“A postcard from a friendÂ”: Reading a description of a place Reading & Writing Stressed syllables Â“Where are you from?Â”: Asking where someone is from Speaking & Pronuncation Â“What is L.A. like?Â”: Listening for places and adjectives Â“Are you from Japan?Â”: Listening for countries and cities Listening Describing cities big, crowded, noisy, beautiful, dirty . . . Countries and nationalities Mexico, Mexican . . . Vocabulary Link Lesson B What is your city like? Lesson A Contries of the world
Countries and Nationalities - Introduces the names of cities, countries, and regions of the world. - Practices giving personal information and describing people. 1- Where are you from? I am from Venezuela. 2- What language do you speak? I speak Spanish. 3- What is your nationality? It is Venezuelan. 4- What are you like? I am very nice and funny. 5- How old are you? I am 19 years old - Presents the verb to be in negatives statements, yes/no questions, short answers, and Wh-questions. UNIT 2 Verb TO BE I am You are He She is It We You are They
Learning Objectives Interesting Products UNIT 3 Â“Our favorite productsÂ”: Designing and describing a new product Â”Thanks a lot!Â”: Giving and receiving gifts Communication Adjectives and nouns Plurals; this/that/these/those Language Link Â“My product ratingÂ”: Writing a product review Â“Electronics for saleÂ”: Reading product reviews Reading & Writing Linking with n Â“Is this your cell phone?Â”: Saying Thank you Speaking & Pronuncation Â“Is this your new DVD player?Â”: Listening for items and opinions Â“A birthday giftÂ”: Listening for items and adjectives Listening Electronic items camcorder, stereo, TV, MP3 player . . . Personal items laptop, watch, cell phone, purse, key . . . Vocabulary Link Lesson B Modern electronics Lesson A Personal items
Interesting Products Preposition of place On In In front of In back of Behind Under Next to Near Close to Far Between Across from On the corner of - Presents language for personal possessions and common classroom objects. - Introduces articles a, an, and the; this/it and these/they; regular noun plurals; yes/no questions with where; and some prepositions of place. UNIT 3 Indefinite Article A house A uniform An eraser An hour Definite Article The What’s this? that? What are these? those? It is a book an eraser They are pens Plural Singular
Activities and Interests Learning Objectives UNIT 4 Â“Two truths and a lieÂ”: Talking about on-going activities Unit Â“What are they doing?Â”: Comparing actions in two different pictures Communication The present continuous: extended time The present continuous Language Link Â“A student interviewÂ”: Interviewing and writing about a partner Â“What are you studying?Â”: Reading a student interview Reading & Writing Question intonation Â“How are you doing?Â”: Asking how someone is (1) Speaking & Pronuncation Â“IÂ’m taking a math class.Â”: Listening for class schedules Â“What are you doing?Â”: Listening for what people are doing Listening School subjects writing, math, science, historyÂ… Common activities listening to music, studying, eating . . . Vocabulary Link Lesson B At school Lesson A Everyday activities
UNIT 4 Activities and Interests - Talking about time and daily activities, including the question "What time is it?". - Introduces present continuous wh-questions, including what + doing questions, and the conjunction "so". Verb TO BE + ing I am You are He She is Studying It We You are They Getting Running Shopping Swimming Jogging Stopping Danceing Loveing Liveing Closeing Writeing driveing Admitting Whispering Listening Drying Studying Crying Fixing Mixing Drawing Sewing Playing Staying To Be I’m You’re He’s She’s It’s We’re You’re They’re 1. cvc + c + ing 2. Ends “e “ drop “ e “ add “ ing “ 3. Exception ( x, w,y) + c + ing 4. 2 s y llable 1- What time is it? It is eight o’clock. 2- What are you doing? I am studying.
Foods and Eating habits Learning Objectives UNIT 5 Â“Health habits and food customsÂ”: Taking and giving a health survey Â“The dinner partyÂ”: Creating a seating chart for guests according to personal information. Communication The simple present: yes/no questions and short answers The simple present Language Link Â“My favorite foodÂ”: Writing about a favorite food Â“WhatÂ’s your favorite food festival?Â”: Reading about international food festivals Reading & Writing And Â“Do you like Italian food?Â”: Talking about likes and dislikes Speaking & Pronuncation Â“Foods around the worldÂ”: Listening for descriptions of food Â“IÂ’m making dinner.Â”: Listening for foods drinks and desserts Listening Describing festivals festival, visit, traditional, parade . . . Foods for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; Vocabulary Link Lesson B Food around the world Lesson A Food and eating habits
UNIT 5 Foods and Eating habits - Introduces the topics of places, parties, food, and daily routines. - Presents simple present statements and questoins with regular and irregular verbs. Does the apartment have a view? 1 Yes, it does. No, it doesn’t. 2 Yes, it has a view. No, it doesn’t have a view. 3 Yes, it does. It has a view. No, it doesn’t. It has a building next to it. 1 Short answer 2 Long answer 3 Complete answer Simple Present To Be To Go To Have To Do I am Go Have Do You are He She is Goes Has Does It We You are Go Have Do They The Rule Add ¨s¨ or ¨ es ¨ to the verbs to the third person, singular (ch,sh,x,s)
My Family Learning Objectives UNIT 6 Â“Famous peopleÂ”: Giving information about famous people Â“My partnerÂ’s family treeÂ”: Drawing a family tree Communication Numbers 11-2,000 Â“About my familyÂ”: Writing a letter about your family Language Link Possessives Â“How big is your family?Â”: Reading family descriptions Reading & Writing Linking with Â’s Â“Is this your family?Â” Asking and answering about family Speaking & Pronuncation Â“Three familiesÂ”: Listening for personal details Â“Who is the speaker?Â”: Listening for names and relationships Listening Family relationships married, single, divorced . . . Family members father, mother, son, daughter, sisterÂ… Vocabulary Link Lesson B Families, big and small Lesson A This is my family!
UNIT 6 My Family - Introduces the topics of places, transportation, family, and daily routines. - Presents simple present statements and questoins with regular and irregular verbs. Siblings Relatives Family-in-Law 1- The marker of the teacher The Teacher’s marker 2- The son of Maria Grandson Granddaughter Great-Grandson Great-Granddaughter Great-Great-Grandson Great-Great-Granddaughter Maria’s son Great-grand-children Grand-children Brother Sister Great-Great-grand-children Grandparents Parents Children Verb TO BE I am You are He She is It We You are They Possessive Adjective My xxxxx Your xxxxx His xxxxx Her xxxxx Its xxxxx Our xxxxx Your xxxxx Their xxxxx