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  • Camila Barrera The lexical approach
  • Camila Barrera Input 1Oral: VideoActivity 1: MeaningLesson Objectives: - To recognize thematic vocabulary. - To apply vocabulary related to the places in a city. - To produce thematic vocabulary.The teacher shows a video, students repeat the vocabulary with the correctpronunciation. Then the teacher explains the activity.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAoqZ-YK_KsVideo about Places in a city (Vocabulary) hospital shop police station library post office pharmacy bank bakery supermarket cinema
  • Camila BarreraWhere do you find?The teacher will ask to the students the next questions, and they have to answerorally. QuestionWhere do you find pills? Where do you find books?Where do you find Where do you findsome bread? a doctor?Where do you Where do you findfind money? food?Where do you find Where do youmovies and find clothes?popcorn?Where do you find a Where do you findpoliceman? stamps?
  • Camila BarreraActivity 2: MeaningLesson Objectives: - To explain the use of this vocabulary.According to the vocabulary from the activity 1, the students have to answer orallythe corresponding word with each use.The teacher will show the next words and phrases and then he will ask for eachword: what thing is good for? Pills books Some bread doctor money foodmovies and popcorn clothes policeman stamps.......... Are good to recover from illness. (pills).......... Are good to learn more. (books).......... Is good to buy something that you need. (money).......... Is good to have breakfast or tea. (some bread)......... helps you to when you feel bad. (doctor).......... is good to have energy during the day. (food).......... are good to enjoy with friends. (movies and popcorn).......... are good to protect our body.(clothes).......... protects and helps people from thieves or troubles. (policeman).......... are useful to send a letter.(stamps)
  • Camila Barrera Input 2Written: Article.Lesson Objectives: - To define some words like gloves, gift and slippers.Activity 1: MeaningRead next the article “Shopping around the world” Italy San Lorenzo marketing in Florence is famous for leather purses, wallets and gloves. There are a lots of cafés – after a morning of shopping, enjoy a coffee in the historic city centre. Japan You need all day to shop at Takashimaya Times Square, located in the Shinjuku section of Tokyo. At this department store, there are boutiques with designer clothing, gifts, and house wares. There is also an art gallery and a travel agency. At best of all, there are three floors of restaurants! Morocco In the city of Marrakech, there’s the famous “souk”. There are hundreds of stalls selling clothes, traditional Moroccan slippers, and copper pots. Choose gifts for all your friends.
  • Camila BarreraComplete the next crossword with the words in bold in the text, according to theirdefinitions. 1 W A 3 G L O V E S 4 L 5 H E C O T O 6 P U R S E S P S P E E W R A P R 2 O E G T 7 S L I P P E R S F TACROSS DOWN3. These are a covering for the hand 1. It is a small bag, usually of leather, forhaving separate parts for each finger and holding paper money, documents.the thumb. 2. It is a thing given to someone without6. It is a small pouch of leather or plastic payment; a present.used for carrying money. 4. Kitchen utensils and similar household7. These are comfortable slip-on shoe items.that is worn indoors. 5. It is a round or cylindrical container of a red-brown used for storage or cooking.
  • Camila BarreraActivity 2: MeaningLesson Objectives: - To associate some words with others.The students have to associate the words matching with the correct number in theblanks.1 Wallets 4 Shoes2 Clothes 1 Bag3 Gift 2 Pants and skirt4 Slippers 3 A box of chocolates5 Japan 7 Moroccan6 Italy 5 Japanese7 Morocco 6 Italian
  • Camila Barrera Input 3Written: ArticleActivity 1: MeaningLesson Objectives: - To associate words.Instructions: Students have to draw a picture that represents the next vocabulary. Forest Hunter Tea Leaves Land Tribe Farm
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  • Camila BarreraActivity 2: FormLesson objectives:- To recognize vocabulary.Recognize the correct spelling.1) h u _ _ e r (hunter) 5) _ e _ (tea)2) _ e _ v e _ (leaves) 6) f _ _ m (farm)3) t r _ _ e (tribe) 8) _ a _ d (land)4) f o _ _ s t (forest)