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  • 1. UNIT 1: SAM´S WORLDINTRODUCTION: This didactic unit has been elaborated to introduce the contents of thistopic and to teach the students the four skills by means of everyday communicativesituations.TIMING: six sessions of one hour. This didactic unit is carried out in the first term beforeChristmas.CENTRE OF INTEREST: personal information.OBJECTIVES: 1. To learn the form and use of the verb to be. 2. To learn the form and use of the indefinite article: a, an. 3. To learn the numbers in English. 4. To learn the times in English. 5. To practise the vocabulary of school subjects, cities, days of the week, months andnumbers. 6. To do a roleplay exchanging personal information.KEY COMPETENCES: Linguistic Competence because this unit deals with the learning of vocabulary and thestructures of the English Language; Mathematical Competence because this unit dealswith numbers and mathematical expressions; Digital Competence and the Treatment ofInformation because this unit deals with the information and comunication technologiesand Competence on Learning to Learn and on Autonomy and Personal InitiativeCompetence because the students are stimulated to establish strategies, for example,when learning numbers and also this unit deals with the creativity in relation to theflexibility when the students make their personal information card.CONTENTS: 1. Listening, speaking and talking: students listen to different texts of the unit as wellas to a song related to the vocabulary and grammatical structures of the unit; studentsroleplay a dialogue exchanging personal information; oral greetings and introductions. 2. Reading and writing: students have to predict the vocabulary from the activitiescarried out in class; students write an e-mail talking about personal information to apenpal; students write their own timetable. 3. Language awareness: students have to revise the affirmative, negative andinterrogative forms of the verb to be; students will learn the form and uses of the indefinitearticle; new vocabulary about school subjects, colours, cities, countries, nationalities, daysof the week and months will be developed in class.VALUE CONTENTS:
  • 2. Education for Equal Opportunities between the sexes and Sociocivic Education.INTERDISCIPLINARITY: Castilian Language, French Language and Maths.ACTIVITIES:First sessionVOCABULARY1. Find the school subjects by matching the two halves. Write the subjects here:2. Find eight school subjects:
  • 3. 3. Write your own timetable and answer the questions: 1. They have English every day except on Wednesday. 2. They have Geography on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. 3. There are three hours of natural science before the break. 4. They have two hours of Art each week. At the end of the week he hasn´t gotany Art lessons. 5. They have P.E. Before Geography. 6. They do Music on the same day as Maths.QUESTIONS: 1. Which subjects do you study in your school? 2. What´s your favourite subject? Why? 3. What is your least favourite subject? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday1 English English2 Spanish Natural language Science3 P.E. Maths English B R E A K4 French Maths5 Geography P.E. Geography6 Art Geography4. Write the numbers:1. irytht-neves:___________________________________________.2. wentyt:________________________________________________.3. ihtge:_________________________________________________.4. derdnuh:______________________________________________.5. ifyft-vief:______________________________________________.Go to www.hotpotatoes.com/ matching/READING
  • 4. 2nd session1. Read the speech bubbles. Then match the nationalities to the students:English Romanian Ecuadorian Moroccan2. Write True and False statements, then answer them:1. Jack lives in Spain. False2. Tatal has got two brothers and one sister.3. Alfonso comes from Ecuador.4. Radu speaks Romanian.5. Tatal and Alfonso are friends.3. Write sentences about you and your friends.For example: My name is Pedro and I´m twelve years old. I´m from Spain.1._______________________________.2._______________________________.3._______________________________.
  • 5. 4._______________________________.5._______________________________.Third sessionGRAMMARLISTENINGFourth session1. Go to www.youtube.com to listen to a song called Hello Goodbye by the Beatles to practise greetings and introductions. Then, fill in the blanks: You say yes, I say noYou say stop and I say go go .................................., oh noYou say goodbye and I sayHello helloI dont ....................................... why you say goodbye, I say helloHello helloI dont know why you say goodbye, I say helloI say high, you say lowYou say why and I say I dont know, oh noYou say goodbye and I say hello Greatest hit Abbey Road(Hello goodbye) Hello ….................................................(Hello goodbye) I dont know why you say goodbye, I say hello(Hello goodbye hello goodbye) Hello hello(Hello goodbye) I dont know why you say goodbye(Hello goodbye) I say hello/goodbyeWhy why why why why why do you say goodbye ..............................., oh no?You say goodbye and I say helloHello helloI dont know why you say goodbye, I say helloHello helloI dont know why you say goodbye, I say hello
  • 6. You say yes (I say yes) I say no (But I may mean no)You say stop (I can stay) and I say go go go (Till its time to go), ohOh noYou say goodbye and I say helloHello helloI dont know why you say goodbye, I say helloHello helloI dont know why you say goodbye, I say helloHello helloI dont know why you say goodbye, I say hello helloHella heba helloago hello goodbye know2. Listening: Write the days and the months in the correct order. Then listen and repeat:DAYS......................Tuesday,......................Thursday,........................Saturday,..........................MONTHSSeptember August November June July January May December March AprilFebruary OctoberSPEAKINGFifth sessionGeetings and introductions1. Listen and repeat:Kevin: Hi, I´m Kevin.Sam: Hello, Kevin. I´m Sam and this is my friend Robert.Kevin: Nice to meet you, Robert.Robert: Nice to meet you too.2. Practise this dialogue with your friends using your names.3. Roleplay: ask and answer questions about yourself with your partner:For example:Leyla: Hello. I´m Leyla. What´s your name?Adam: Hi. My name.............................................................Adam.Leyla: Is that an English name?Adam: No, it................................................................................Leyla: And... What´s your surname?Adam: My surname is Garcia.Leyla: O.K. Are you British?Adam: No, I´m not. I´m............................................................. And you?
  • 7. Leyla: I´m from Morocco.Adam:..................................................................................................?Leyla: I´m an actress. And you?Adam: I´m............................................................................................Leyla: By the way, What´s your favourite food?Adam: My favourite food is a meat pie.Leyla: Are you married?Adam: No I´m not. I am single.Leyla: Goodbye.Adam: Goodbye.WRITINGSixth session1. 22. Complete the sentences using ´m,´s or ´re: 4. Complete the sentences using ´m not,
  • 8. aren´t or isn´t:5. Write about this woman:6. Ask and answer questions about Micky Nelson: 1. What is her name? 2. Where is she from? 3. What is she? 4. How old is she?7. Make your own profile using the information from exercise 13.8. Go to the video from English channel online on www.You tube.com to watch alesson about how to tell the time.
  • 9. 9. Write the times:What´s the time?For example: It´s five to two. 2. It´s six minutes past ten. 1. It´s five to two. 2. It´s six minutes past ten. 3. _____________________. 4. _____________________. 5. _____________________. 6. _____________________. 7. _____________________. 8. _____________________.10. Draw a clock for each of these times: 1. quarter to eight. 2. half past eleven. 3. One o´clock. 4. Twenty past five. 5. Five to ten. 6. Quarter past twelve.11. Write an e-mail to a friend talking about you and your family using theinformation from your own profile.FROM: Sam PetersonTO: Paul RobertsHello. How are you? My name is Sam. I am from Seville in Spain. I am a student at theUniversity and I am seventeen years old ...PUNCTUATION Students will be punctuated from one to ten for every activity done in class. They arealso going to do an exam at the end of the term. Pupils who get a 50% of the totalpunctuation pass their exams.EVALUATION CRITERIA: Students will have to produce oral and written messages using personal information;students have to use strategies to be able to carry out classroom interaction; the studentshave to develop strategies to tell the time; students have to write an e-mail in a controlledway; students have to identify different strategies in searching information over theInternet; students can use to new content with relative ease; students have to showinterest and initiative for understanding information in English.