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Unit 1 part 2

  1. 1. Teacher Gisele da Cruz Rosa(Pre-intermidiate)
  2. 2. We can decribe peoplethrough:• The physical appearance:a) Height and Weightb) Agec) Colour and shape of the eyesd) Haire) Skinf) General Aspect• The personality characteristics:a) Character and behavior
  3. 3. Physical DescriptionWhat does he/ she look like?Height Build Agetall, short,mediumheightslim, thin, plump, fat,skinny, well-builtyoung, elderly, middle-aged,teenager, in 20s, 30s, 40sFace Eyes Hairround, oval,square, with scars,wrinkles, freckles,sun-tanned, palebig round blueeyes, large, small,bright, narrowbald,straight,curly,spiky,wavy
  4. 4. HeightE.g.My brother is tall and my nephew is short.TallShort
  5. 5. BuildFatHeavyOverweightWell builtE.g.My father is overweight.My brother is well built.SlimThin
  6. 6. EyesGreeneyesE.g.My mother has brown eyes.BrowneyesBlue eyes
  7. 7. HairE.g.My girlfriend has curlyshort black hair.Straight longblack hair Wavy mediumlength black hairCurly mediumlength black hair
  8. 8. HairWavy longblond hairCurly longblond hairStraight longblond hairE.g.My couisins have curly longblond hair.
  9. 9. HairStraight longred hairWavy longred hairE.g.My sister has straight mediumlength red hair.
  10. 10. HairStraight shortbrown hairStraight longbrown hairE.g.My mother has straight short brown hair.
  11. 11. She has straightblond hair. He’s bald.moustacheHe has amoustache anda beard.beard
  12. 12. She is short.She isvery tall.He’s young.He’s old.
  13. 13. He’soverweight /fat/ heavy.He is thin /slim.
  14. 14. She has straightlong red hair.She hasstraight longblond hair.She has curlymedium lengthblack hair.He has spiky shortbrown hair.
  15. 15. Look at the following example
  16. 16. Adjective OrderAdjectiveLength type of hair colour NounLong curly brown hairShort wavy blond hairbig/small blue/green eyes
  17. 17. Exercise: Put the words in thecorrect order:• She has hair wavy, black , long.• She has long wavy black hair.• She has hair blond, short.• She has short blond hair.• Tom has eyes green.• Tom has green eyes.
  18. 18. What do they look like?• Danny de Vito isshort and heavy. Heis going bald and hasbrown eyes. He’s inhis 50s.•Arnold is tall and wellbuilt. He has greeneyes and short brownhair. He is in his 50’s.
  19. 19. What does he look like?• Marcelo Salas ismedium heightand averageweight. He hasshort black hairand brown eyes.He’s in his 30s.
  20. 20. DESCRIBE THIS OSCAR’SWINNER ACTRESS• Nicole Kidman’svery tall andslim. She haslong curly redhair and blueeyes. She haspale skin. She’sin her 30s.
  21. 21. What does he look like?• Brad Pitt’s talland slim. He hasshort spiky blondhair and blueeyes. He has palecomplexion. He’sin his 40s.
  22. 22. Rearrange the following sentences : (adjective + noun)1. Mary has long, red, hair, curlyMary has long curly red hair2. He has eyes brownHe has brown eyes3. She has hair wavy, black , longShe has long wavy black hair4. She has hair blond, shortShe has short blond hair5. Tom has eyes green, smallTom has small green eyes
  23. 23. • Watch the movie segment and then describe themonsters below, using the words in the box.Make sure you say, for example, how manyeyes, legs, arms the monsters have and theircolors too.
  24. 24. VÍDEO• http://moviesegmentstoassessgrammargoals.blogspot.com.br/2009/11/monsters-inc-describing-people.html
  25. 25. • Draw a monster. Be creative. Dont show itto anyone.• Describe your monster to a partner. Yourpartner draws what he/she listens.• When you both finish, show each other theoriginal monster and the monster yourfriend drew, based on your dictation.Check how similar they are.
  26. 26. Grammar
  27. 27. • Identity theft is  a  form  of  stealing  someones IDENTITY in  which  someone  pretends  to  be someone  else  by  assuming  that  persons  identity, typically  in  order  to  access  resources  or  obtain credit and other benefits in that persons name. • The victim of identity theft (here meaning the person whose  identity  has  been  assumed  by  the  identity thief)  can  suffer  adverse  consequences  if  they  are held accountable for the perpetrators actions. • Identity theft occurs when someone uses anothers personally  identifying  information,  like  their  name, identifying  number,  or  credit  card  number,  without their permission, to commit fraud or other crimes.
  28. 28. What you should do if you are a victim of identity theft?1. Put a fraud alert on your credit report by contacting one of the three consumer reporting agencies. Having a fraud alert on your credit report means you will be contacted for authorization before any new accounts can be opened in your name or any changes can be made to your existing accounts.
  29. 29. What you should do if you are a victim of identity theft?2. Close the account(s) you believe have been tampered with. You should cut off the identity thieves as soon as possible.
  30. 30. What you should do if you are a victim of identity theft?3. Contact the police and file a report. Identity theft is a serious crime, and you should contact the authorities to report the crime.
  31. 31. What you should do if you are a victim of identity theft?4. File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The FTC works with the police in matters of identity thefts. Filing a report with the FTC also helps the government better track and respond to identity thievery.
  32. 32. What you should do if you are a victim of identity theft?• Important! You should move quickly. The faster you act, the less time the identity thieves have to take advantage of your personal information.
  33. 33. Lets play!
  34. 34. REFERÊNCIASCLANFIELD, Lindsay. Global: pre-intermidiate. Macmillan: 2012.UR,  Penny;  WRIGHT,  Andrew.  Five  minute  activities:  a  resource  book  of  short activities. Cambridge: 1998.http://www.slideshare.net/EliSchlau/describing-people-10866995?from_search=3http://moviesegmentstoassessgrammargoals.blogspot.com.br/2009/11/monsters-inc-describing-people.htmlhttp://helpdesk.illinoisstate.edu/kb/1086/What_to_do_if_you_re_a_victim_of_identity_theft/Google images

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