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• ### Lesson 7

2. 2.  Grammar OCT 18th, 2012 Daniel M.Q. Grammatical
3. 3.  awareness
4. 4. Monkey
5. 5.   Attacked
6. 6.   zoo
7. 7.   Loose
8. 8.  Enclosure
9. 9.   Children’s
10. 10.   Vandals
11. 11.   Thursday
12. 12.  Sighting Spokesman
13. 13.   Twelve Staff Escaped
14. 14.   Says
15. 15.   Missing
16. 16.   Night
17. 17.
18. 18. What is a noun/noun phrase?
19. 19. What is a noun/noun phrase?• America
20. 20. What is a noun/noun phrase?• America• My father
21. 21. What is a noun/noun phrase?• America• My father• Paris Hilton
22. 22. What is a noun/noun phrase?• America• My father• Paris Hilton• Dogs
23. 23. What is a noun/noun phrase?• America• My father• Paris Hilton• Dogs• Extremely loud
24. 24. What is a noun/noun phrase?• America• My father• Paris Hilton• Dogs• Extremely loud• A bad decision
25. 25. What is a noun/noun phrase?• America• My father• Paris Hilton• Dogs• Extremely loud• A bad decision• The house next to the stadium
26. 26. What is a noun/noun phrase?• America• My father• Paris Hilton• Dogs• Extremely loud• A bad decision• The house next to the stadium
27. 27. What is a noun/noun phrase? America CE•• My father P LA• Paris Hilton• Dogs• Extremely loud• A bad decision• The house next to the stadium
28. 28. What is a noun/noun phrase? America AN CE• IM• My father P LA AL S• Paris Hilton• Dogs• Extremely loud• A bad decision• The house next to the stadium
29. 29. What is a noun/noun phrase? America AN CE• IM• My father P LA AL S PEOPLE• Paris Hilton• Dogs• Extremely loud• A bad decision• The house next to the stadium
30. 30. What is a noun/noun phrase? America AN CE• IM• My father P LA AL S PEOPLE• Paris Hilton• Dogs OCCUPATIONS• Extremely loud• A bad decision• The house next to the stadium
31. 31. What is a noun/noun phrase? America AN CE• IM• My father P LA AL S PEOPLE• Paris Hilton• Dogs OCCUPATIONS• Extremely loud OBJECTS• A bad decision• The house next to the stadium
32. 32. What
33. 33.  do
34. 34.  these
35. 35.  have
36. 36.  in
37. 37.  common?
38. 38. What
39. 39.  do
40. 40.  these
41. 41.  have
42. 42.  in
43. 43.  common?
44. 44. What
45. 45.  do
46. 46.  these
47. 47.  have
48. 48.  in
49. 49.  common?
50. 50. What
51. 51.  do
52. 52.  these
53. 53.  have
54. 54.  in
55. 55.  common?
56. 56. What
57. 57.  do
58. 58.  these
59. 59.  have
60. 60.  in
61. 61.  common?
62. 62. Team work
63. 63. Team work  Complete these ideas / Write on nbs. and paper
64. 64. Team work  Complete these ideas / Write on nbs. and paper
65. 65. Team work  Complete these ideas / Write on nbs. and paper 1. We believe that…
66. 66. Team work  Complete these ideas / Write on nbs. and paper 1. We believe that… 2. We don’t know when…
67. 67. Team work  Complete these ideas / Write on nbs. and paper 1. We believe that… 2. We don’t know when… 3. We wonder how much…
68. 68. Team work  Complete these ideas / Write on nbs. and paper 1. We believe that… 2. We don’t know when… 3. We wonder how much… 4. It seems that…
69. 69. Team work  Complete these ideas / Write on nbs. and paper 1. We believe that… 2. We don’t know when… 3. We wonder how much… 4. It seems that… 5. Whoever invented reality shows…
70. 70. Team work  Complete these ideas / Write on nbs. and paper 1. We believe that… 2. We don’t know when… 3. We wonder how much… 4. It seems that… 5. Whoever invented reality shows… 6. Popularity of reality shows depend on how…
71. 71. Team work  Complete these ideas / Write on nbs. and paper 1. We believe that… 2. We don’t know when… 3. We wonder how much… 4. It seems that… 5. Whoever invented reality shows… 6. Popularity of reality shows depend on how… 7. Whatever reality shows portray…
72. 72. Team work  Complete these ideas / Write on nbs. and paper 1. We believe that… 2. We don’t know when… 3. We wonder how much… 4. It seems that… 5. Whoever invented reality shows… 6. Popularity of reality shows depend on how… 7. Whatever reality shows portray… 8. We know that…
73. 73. Team work  Complete these ideas / Write on nbs. and paper 1. We believe that… 2. We don’t know when… 3. We wonder how much… 4. It seems that… 5. Whoever invented reality shows… 6. Popularity of reality shows depend on how… 7. Whatever reality shows portray… 8. We know that… 9. The fact that reality shows are popular…
74. 74. Team work  Complete these ideas / Write on nbs. and paper 1. We believe that… 2. We don’t know when… 3. We wonder how much… 4. It seems that… 5. Whoever invented reality shows… 6. Popularity of reality shows depend on how… 7. Whatever reality shows portray… 8. We know that… 9. The fact that reality shows are popular… 10. We hope that…
75. 75. “I love you.”
76. 76. “I love you.”Subject
77. 77. “I love you.”Subject Verb
78. 78. “I love you.”Subject Verb Object (complement)
79. 79. • A clause that plays the role of a noun in a sentence.
80. 80. • A clause that plays the role of a noun in a sentence.
81. 81. • A clause that plays the role of a noun in a sentence. We believe that reality shows are not
82. 82. • A clause that plays the role of a noun in a sentence. We believe that reality shows are not Subject
83. 83. • A clause that plays the role of a noun in a sentence. We believe that reality shows are not Subject Verb
84. 84. • A clause that plays the role of a noun in a sentence. We believe that reality shows are not Subject Verb Object (complement)
85. 85. • A clause that plays the role of a noun in a sentence. Noun We believe that reality shows are not Subject Verb Object (complement)
86. 86. • A clause that plays the role of a noun in a sentence. Noun We believe that reality shows are not Subject Verb Object (complement)
87. 87. Other examples
88. 88. Other examplesWe don’t know when reality shows will die off.
89. 89. Other examplesWe don’t know when reality shows will die off. Subject
90. 90. Other examplesWe don’t know when reality shows will die off. Subject Verb
91. 91. Other examplesWe don’t know when reality shows will die off. Subject Verb Noun clause (object)
92. 92. Other examplesWe don’t know when reality shows will die off. Subject Verb Noun clause (object)We wonder how much people spend in text
93. 93. Other examplesWe don’t know when reality shows will die off. Subject Verb Noun clause (object)We wonder how much people spend in text
94. 94. Other examplesWe don’t know when reality shows will die off. Subject Verb Noun clause (object)We wonder how much people spend in text
95. 95. Other examplesWe don’t know when reality shows will die off. Subject Verb Noun clause (object)We wonder how much people spend in text
96. 96. Other examples
97. 97. Other examples It seems that these shows are phony.
98. 98. Other examples It seems that these shows are phony.Subject
99. 99. Other examples It seems that these shows are phony.Subject Verb
100. 100. Other examples It seems that these shows are phony.Subject Verb Noun clause (complement)
101. 101. Other examples  It seems that these shows are phony. Subject Verb Noun clause (complement)  Whoever invented reality shows is a genius.Noun clause (Subject)
102. 102. Other examples  It seems that these shows are phony. Subject Verb Noun clause (complement)  Whoever invented reality shows is a genius. VerbNoun clause (copular) (Subject)
103. 103. Other examples  It seems that these shows are phony. Subject Verb Noun clause (complement)  Whoever invented reality shows is a genius. Verb ComplemenNoun clause (copular) t (Subject)
104. 104. Buzz
105. 105.  on...
106. 106. Buzz
107. 107.  on...• What do you think about video games?
108. 108. Buzz
109. 109.  on...• What do you think about video games?• Do you think violent games make children more or less aggressive? Why?
110. 110. Buzz
111. 111.  on...• What do you think about video games?• Do you think violent games make children more or less aggressive? Why?• If you were/are a parent, how many hours should children get to play video games? What would the conditions be?
112. 112. • What does Matt say about video games like Sesame Street?
113. 113. • What does Matt say about video games like Sesame Street?• What does he say about sport games?
114. 114. • What does Matt say about video games like Sesame Street?• What does he say about sport games?• What the article was about…
115. 115. • What does Matt say about video games like Sesame Street?• What does he say about sport games?• What the article was about…• What did the article say?
116. 116. FUNCTION OF NOUN CLAUSES
117. 117. FUNCTION OF NOUN CLAUSES1. As subject of the sentence
118. 118. FUNCTION OF NOUN CLAUSES1. As subject of the sentenceWhoever invented reality shows is a genius.
119. 119. FUNCTION OF NOUN CLAUSES1. As subject of the sentenceWhoever invented reality shows is a genius.2. As the complement of a copular verb.
120. 120. FUNCTION OF NOUN CLAUSES1. As subject of the sentenceWhoever invented reality shows is a genius.2. As the complement of a copular verb.That is what I was thinking.
121. 121. FUNCTION OF NOUN CLAUSES1. As subject of the sentenceWhoever invented reality shows is a genius.2. As the complement of a copular verb.That is what I was thinking.
122. 122. FUNCTION OF NOUN CLAUSES1. As subject of the sentenceWhoever invented reality shows is a genius.2. As the complement of a copular verb.That is what I was thinking.3. As the object of the verb.
123. 123. FUNCTION OF NOUN CLAUSES1. As subject of the sentenceWhoever invented reality shows is a genius.2. As the complement of a copular verb.That is what I was thinking.3. As the object of the verb.I don’t understand why Mr. Depp is so attractive.
124. 124. Functions of nounclauses
125. 125. Functions of noun clauses4. As the object of a preposition
126. 126. Functions of noun clauses4. As the object of a prepositionI want you to think about what you did.
127. 127. Functions of noun clauses4. As the object of a prepositionI want you to think about what you did.
128. 128. Functions of noun clauses4. As the object of a prepositionI want you to think about what you did.5. As an appositive
129. 129. Functions of noun clauses4. As the object of a prepositionI want you to think about what you did.5. As an appositiveThe idea that there seems to be another planet like the earth is starting to freak me out.
130. 130. When shouldchildren break away from home?
131. 131. Individual – Paired practice Do task individually. Share with a partner. Group correction.
132. 132. Noun clauses with that
133. 133. Noun clauses with that
134. 134. Noun clauses with that
135. 135. Noun clauses with that
136. 136. Noun clauses with that
137. 137. Noun clauses with that
138. 138. Noun clauses with if/
139. 139. Noun clauses with if/
140. 140. Noun clauses with if/
141. 141. Noun clauses with if/
142. 142. Noun clauses with question
143. 143. Noun clauses with question
144. 144. Noun clauses with question
145. 145. Noun clauses with question
146. 146. Out-of-class work
147. 147. Out-of-class work Drill exercises will be sent to your e- mails. Print the sheets and develop the exercises. Hand them in next class.
148. 148. Out-of-class work Drill exercises will be sent to your e- mails. Print the sheets and develop the exercises. Hand them in next class. Photocopy the material called: ◦ Noun clauses (To be used in class) ◦ Teaching grammar from rules, examples, and texts. (Read previously)
149. 149. References Oshima, A. and Hogue, A.(2005). Writing Academic English, 4th ed. Prentice Hall publishers, ps 194 -209
150. 150. Partial exam check up • Tests marked with RED INK will not be rechecked • Part 1: D, H, B, F, A, E, I, G, C, L. Part 2: (exemplary answers)1. Colombian people are so tired of the governments indifference to social problems that a national strike will be held on October the 12th.2. Some students are afraid of coming to classes on Friday since strikes are associated to riots.3. Even though strikes are not always violent, broadcastings only show the negative aspects of the protests.4. As soon as people call for a strike, students start getting tense.5. Wherever there is an afectation on peoples civil rights, they get tired and protest.
151. 151. Partial exam check up PART THREE:1.Explanation: The cause clause does not accept“such” and a preceeding adjective alone;therefore, it must be changed to “so” whichaccepts it.Correction: A foreign language proﬁciency isso necessary that it is required as a requisitefor graduation from any Colombian universityprogram.
152. 152. Partial exam check up PART THREE:2.Explanation: Since is not the appropriatesubordinator as this sentence expressescontrast.Correction: - Current technological devicesoffer several pedagogical opportunities forlanguage learners; however, they are using thesame traditional methods. -Although current technological devices offer several pedagogical opportunities for language learners, they are using the same traditional methods.
153. 153. Partial exam check up PART THREE:3.Explanation: This is not an opposition clause;it’s a reason clause and it must use theappropriate coordinator.Correction: - The UTP has struggled to ﬁt theacademic schedule in two compressedsemester in 2012, as a consequence of theextended student strike in the second semesterof 2011. -Due to the fact that there was an extended student strike in the second semester of 2011, the Utp has struggled to ﬁt the academic schedule in two compressed
154. 154. Partial exam check up PART THREE:3.Explanation: The tense of thesentence is not correct.Correction: While I develop thistest, my grammaticalawareness increases.
155. 155. Partial exam check up PART THREE:Explanation: The position ofthe subordinator affects themeaning of the sentence; thus,it should be placed in themiddle of the sentence.çCorrection: Henrique Caprilescongratulated Hugo Chavezwhen he knew of the ﬁnal
156. 156. Partial exam check up PART 4: CRITERIA10 points: The Ss used all the grammatical structuresmentioned in the instructions and the text is coherent to thetopic. Few mistakes on language usage which do not impedethe message to be understood.7 points: The Ss used most of the grammatical structuresmentioned in the instructions and the text is coherent to thetopic. Some structures are disconnected (written in a list) whichsounds incoherent. Few mistakes on language usage which donot impede the message to be understood.5 points: The Ss used the grammatical structures mentioned inthe instructions, but some of them were not accurate andaffected the message and the content of the text. There aremany other problems in language usage which turned themessage ambiguous and incoherent.3 points: Although grammar structures were used, these werenot accurate and affected the meaning of the message. Thetext is out focused and it requires more elaboration to beunderstood by the reader.
157. 157. Partial exam check up Event 1:Communicative competence: Pragmatic.Reason: It focuses on functionality of the language.Event 2:Communicative competence: Lingusitic.Reason: It focuses on pronunciation features.Event 3:Communicative competence: Sociolinguistic.Reason: It focuses on including cultural components to apresentation.Event 4:Communicative competence: Pragmatic.Reason: It focuses on using the language to persuadeothers.Event 5:Communicative competence: Sociolinguistic.Reason: It focuses on making comparisons of cultural