Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
• Food, likes & dislikes, giving instructions• Simple Past v. Past Perfect• Sequence Adverbs
• Which dishes aremade with meat?• Which dishes aremade with fish?• Have you ever triedany of these dishes?• Which would y...
A favorite for schoolchildren in the U.S. ispeanut butter and jelly!
Meat• Chicken• Pork• Beef• HamFish/ Seafood• Shrimp• Salmon• Tuna• LobsterVegetables• Chilis• Onion• Carrot• EggplantFruit...
Look at the picture:• Where are the people? At a restaurant• What are they eating? Brains and snails• What are they thi...
Listen to the audio Has the man eaten snails before?• No, he hasn’t. And he doesn’t want to! Has the woman eaten snails ...
Listen to the rest of theconversation: How did Steve like the brains?• He didn’t like the fried brains at all! What else...
/k/SkimScanScary/t/StartStepStrange/m/SmartSmileSmall/n/SnackSnowSnails/p/SpareSpeakSpices/r/BrownGrayBrainsFried/l/BluePl...
S: Hey, this sounds strange—snails with garlic.Have you ever eaten snails?K: Yes, I have. I had them here just last week.S...
S: Hey, this sounds strange—snails with garlic._____ you ever eaten snails?K: Yes, I have. I _____ them here just last wee...
S: Hey, this sounds strange—snails with garlic._____ you ever eaten snails?K: Yes, I _______. I _____ them here just last ...
S: Hey, this sounds strange—snails with garlic._____ you ever _____ snails?K: Yes, I _______. I _____ them here just last ...
S: Hey, this ______ strange—snails with garlic._____ you ever _____ snails?K: Yes, I _______. I _____ them here just last ...
Past Simple- Acción que se desarrolló y finalizó en el pasado, sin que se de ningunainformación sobre cual ha sido su repe...
Present Perfect- Acción que se inició en el pasado y que aún continúa desarrollándose.I have worked in this bank for ten y...
The “Past Participle" es una "forma del verbo"que va acompañada de otro verbo (un verboauxiliar) para formar un "tiempo v...
Yo he caminado ("caminado" es el participio del verbo "caminar")La casa fue construida en 1990 ("construida" es elpartic...
En estos ejemplos aparece un verboauxiliar. En español esos verbos auxiliaresson "ser/estar" o "haber".En inglés esos ve...
Yo he caminado = I have walkedLa casa fue construida en 1990 =The house was built in 1990Él ha dormido bien = He has sl...
En inglés el "past participle" es:• Para los verbos regulares son las terminacionesen "ed".-walked -cooked -baked-liked• ...
Simple Past Completed events at adefinite time in the past.I went to Valparaiso last weekend.Present Perfect Events that...
Present Perfect• Have you ever eatensnails?• Yes, I have eatensnails before.• Have you ever been to aVietnamese restaurant...
A. Have you ever ______ to a picnic at the beach?B. Yes, I ______. We _______ hamburgers.A. Have you ______ sushi?B. No, I...
Isabel: I went to Sunrise Beach last week. Haveyou ever been to Sunrise Beach, Andy?Andy: Yes, I _____. It’s beautiful. __...
1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
Example conversation p. 24Have you ever tried ethnic food?No, I haven’t.Would you like to try some?Yes, I would like ...
Find someone who has…• Cried during a movie.• Name: Thomas• Notes: He cried at the end of Titanic
 Share the results with the class.I found out that (name) has (never)…Did you know that (name) has (never)…?I didn’t f...
PAGE 23 in your WORKBOOK (black and white)
Elvis’ Peanut Butter &Banana Sandwich First, mix the peanut butterand mashed bananastogether. Then, lightly toast thesli...
Sequence adverbs• First• Then• Next• After that• Finally
4231How do weprepare thesesnacks?
Use simple past or present perfect of theverbs listed to complete the puzzle.
Can food affect yourmood (emotions)?What foods do you eat to:• Feel happy?• Feel relaxed?• Wake up?Are those foods heal...
DepressedLowHave the bluesCalmStressedAngryAnxiousNervousRelaxedHappySecureTired
DepressedLowHave the bluesCalmStressedAngryAnxiousNervousRelaxedHappySecureTired
DepressedLowHave the bluesCalmStressedAngryAnxiousNervousRelaxedHappySecureTired
DepressedLowHave the bluesCalmStressedAngryAnxiousNervousRelaxedHappySecureTired
Read the article and circle new vocabulary.VocabularyCalmCheer upPowerfullySoothingThe bluesLean meatTurn toComfort foods...
Read the article again.Part A:• ALL the sentences areFALSE.• Write them again to makethem TRUE, based on theinformation ...
1. We often eat when we feel stressed ordepressed.2. You shouldn’t drink coffee to relieve stress.3. Foods like chicken an...
Think of your own recipe.What ingredients do you need?Peanut Butter & JellySandwich: 2 slices of bread 2 tablespoons p...
 Describe how to make thedish using sequenceadverbs.• First, put two pieces of bread ona clean plate.• Then, use a knife ...
1/2 a half1/3 a third or one third1/4 a quarter2/5 two-fifths1/8 an eighth or one-eighth1/10 a tenth or one-tenth1/16 a si...
Interchange 2. Unit 4: I've Never Heard of That!
Interchange 2. Unit 4: I've Never Heard of That!
Interchange 2. Unit 4: I've Never Heard of That!
Interchange 2. Unit 4: I've Never Heard of That!
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Interchange 2. Unit 4: I've Never Heard of That!

8,293 views

Published on

-Food, likes & dislikes, giving instructions
-Simple Past v. Past Perfect
-Sequence Adverbs

Interchange 2. Unit 4: I've Never Heard of That!

  1. 1. • Food, likes & dislikes, giving instructions• Simple Past v. Past Perfect• Sequence Adverbs
  2. 2. • Which dishes aremade with meat?• Which dishes aremade with fish?• Have you ever triedany of these dishes?• Which would you liketo try?• What ethnic foodsare popular in Chile?(Peruvian, etc.)
  3. 3. A favorite for schoolchildren in the U.S. ispeanut butter and jelly!
  4. 4. Meat• Chicken• Pork• Beef• HamFish/ Seafood• Shrimp• Salmon• Tuna• LobsterVegetables• Chilis• Onion• Carrot• EggplantFruit• Banana• Avocado• Tomato• Lime
  5. 5. Look at the picture:• Where are the people? At a restaurant• What are they eating? Brains and snails• What are they thinking? The woman may think it isdelicious but the man looksscared!
  6. 6. Listen to the audio Has the man eaten snails before?• No, he hasn’t. And he doesn’t want to! Has the woman eaten snails before?• Yes, she thought they were delicious! Has the woman eaten fried brainsbefore?• No, and she thinks they are scary!Listen again with books open
  7. 7. Listen to the rest of theconversation: How did Steve like the brains?• He didn’t like the fried brains at all! What else did Steve order?• He ordered a nice, big, juicyhamburger (medium rare) with frenchfries and a large soda.
  8. 8. /k/SkimScanScary/t/StartStepStrange/m/SmartSmileSmall/n/SnackSnowSnails/p/SpareSpeakSpices/r/BrownGrayBrainsFried/l/BluePlayBlack• Listen to the pronunciation• Practice as a class• Re-read the conversation on page 22 andfind one more example of each type.
  9. 9. S: Hey, this sounds strange—snails with garlic.Have you ever eaten snails?K: Yes, I have. I had them here just last week.S: Did you like them?K: Yes, I did. They were delicious! Why don’t youtry some?S: No, I don’t think so.W: Have you decided on an appetizer yet?K: Yes. I’ll have a small order of the snails, please.W: And you, sir?S: I think I´ll have the fried brains.K: Fried brains? I’ve never heard of that! It soundsscary!
  10. 10. S: Hey, this sounds strange—snails with garlic._____ you ever eaten snails?K: Yes, I have. I _____ them here just last week.S: Did you like them?K: Yes, I _____. They were delicious! Why don’tyou try some?S: No, I don’t think so.W: Have you decided on an appetizer yet?K: Yes. I’ll ______ a small order of the snails, please.W: And you, sir?S: I think I´ll have the fried brains.K: Fried brains? I’ve ______ heard of that! It soundsscary!
  11. 11. S: Hey, this sounds strange—snails with garlic._____ you ever eaten snails?K: Yes, I _______. I _____ them here just last week.S: Did you ____ them?K: Yes, I _____. They were delicious! Why don’tyou try some?S: No, I don’t think so.W: ______ you decided on an appetizer yet?K: Yes. I’ll ______ a small order of the snails, please.W: And you, sir?S: I think I´ll ______ the fried brains.K: Fried brains? I’ve ______ heard of that! It soundsscary!
  12. 12. S: Hey, this sounds strange—snails with garlic._____ you ever _____ snails?K: Yes, I _______. I _____ them here just last week.S: Did you ____ them?K: Yes, I _____. They ____ delicious! Why don’tyou try some?S: No, I don’t think so.W: ______ you __________ on an appetizer yet?K: Yes. I’ll ______ a small order of the snails, please.W: And you, sir?S: I think I´ll ______ the fried brains.K: Fried brains? I’ve ______ heard of that! It soundsscary!
  13. 13. S: Hey, this ______ strange—snails with garlic._____ you ever _____ snails?K: Yes, I _______. I _____ them here just last week.S: ___ you ____ them?K: Yes, I _____. They ____ delicious! ____ don’tyou try some?S: No, I don’t ______ so.W: ______ you _______ on an appetizer yet?K: Yes. I’ll ______ a small order of the snails, please.W: And you, sir?S: I think I´ll ______ the fried brains.K: Fried brains? I’ve ____ _____ of that! It_______ scary!
  14. 14. Past Simple- Acción que se desarrolló y finalizó en el pasado, sin que se de ningunainformación sobre cual ha sido su repercusión en el tiempo presente.When I was young, I played tennis (no nos daninguna infomación sobre si en la actualidad sigo jugando al tenis o no)- Acción que se desarrolló y completó en un periodo de tiempo ya finalizado.This morning, I had a very tense meeting withmy boss (ya es por la tarde, la mañana ha finalizado)Yesterday I went to the cinema with my friends
  15. 15. Present Perfect- Acción que se inició en el pasado y que aún continúa desarrollándose.I have worked in this bank for ten years (todavíacontinúo en el banco)-Cuando el periodo de tiempo incluye el momento presente.I have lived in Barcelona for 5 years (todavía vivo enBarcelona)I have never seen this film before.
  16. 16. The “Past Participle" es una "forma del verbo"que va acompañada de otro verbo (un verboauxiliar) para formar un "tiempo verbalcompuesto.“En español el participio se forma con lasterminaciones "ado/ada" o "ido/ida". Tambiénexisten formas irregulares como "hecho"
  17. 17. Yo he caminado ("caminado" es el participio del verbo "caminar")La casa fue construida en 1990 ("construida" es elparticipio del verbo "construir")Él ha dormido bien ("dormido" es el participio del verbo "dormir")Ustedes han visto la película ("visto" es el participio delverbo "ver". En este caso fíjate que en español es irregular)
  18. 18. En estos ejemplos aparece un verboauxiliar. En español esos verbos auxiliaresson "ser/estar" o "haber".En inglés esos verbos auxiliares son elverbo "to be" (ser/estar) y el verbo "have"(haber).
  19. 19. Yo he caminado = I have walkedLa casa fue construida en 1990 =The house was built in 1990Él ha dormido bien = He has slept wellUstedes han visto la película =You (all) have seen the movie.
  20. 20. En inglés el "past participle" es:• Para los verbos regulares son las terminacionesen "ed".-walked -cooked -baked-liked• Para los verbos irregulares, la tercera columna del“List of Irregular Verbs in the Past.”-eaten -been -slept -taught
  21. 21. Simple Past Completed events at adefinite time in the past.I went to Valparaiso last weekend.Present Perfect Events that happenedat an indefinite time inthe past.I have been to Valparaiso. Events that began inthe past and continueup to the present.I have traveled to Valparaiso onweekends for 5 years. With ever and never.I have never been to Valparaiso.
  22. 22. Present Perfect• Have you ever eatensnails?• Yes, I have eatensnails before.• Have you ever been to aVietnamese restaurant?• No, I haven’t been to thattype of restaurant.Simple Past• Did you like them?• Yes, I did like them.They were delicious.• Did you go alone?• No, I went with somefriends.• Which color is the auxiliary verb?• Green• Present perfect = have (or be)• Simple past = did• Which color is the past participle?• Orange (both of the examples are irregular)• Which color is the present tense verb?• Black (simple past questions and responses with auxiliary verb)• Which color is the past tense verb?• Blue (simple past responses without auxiliary verb)
  23. 23. A. Have you ever ______ to a picnic at the beach?B. Yes, I ______. We _______ hamburgers.A. Have you ______ sushi?B. No, I _______, but I’d like to.A. Did you ______ breakfast today?B. Yes, I ____. I ____ a huge breakfast.A. Have you ever ______ Mexican food?B. Yes, I ______. In fact, I ____ some last week.A. Did you _____ coffee this morning?B. Yes, I _____. I _____ some on my way to work.beenhave cookedatehaven’thavedidtriedeatenhaveatedrinkdid hadED1
  24. 24. Isabel: I went to Sunrise Beach last week. Haveyou ever been to Sunrise Beach, Andy?Andy: Yes, I _____. It’s beautiful. ____ you gothere on the weekend?Isabel: Yea, I ____. I _____ on Sunday. I _____up at 4:00 am.Andy: Wow! I __________________that early!Isabel: Oh, it wasn’t so bad. I ____ to the beachearly to see the sun rise. ________________ asunrise, Andy?Andy: No, I ________. I prefer sunsets tosunrises.Isabel: Really? Then I ______ swimming around6:00. _______________ of sharks at the Beach?Andy: Yes, I _____. I ______ a news report aboutsharks last summer. Workbook page 19have DidHave never woken upwent wokeDidgotHave you ever seenHaven’twentHave you ever heardhave heardhad
  25. 25. 1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
  26. 26. 1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
  27. 27. 1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
  28. 28. 1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
  29. 29. 1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
  30. 30. 1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
  31. 31. 1. Water / bread2. A meal / a plate3. Soup / pasta4. Coffee / the meat5. Cake / coffee6. The check / the menu
  32. 32. Example conversation p. 24Have you ever tried ethnic food?No, I haven’t.Would you like to try some?Yes, I would like to try Korean food!
  33. 33. Find someone who has…• Cried during a movie.• Name: Thomas• Notes: He cried at the end of Titanic
  34. 34.  Share the results with the class.I found out that (name) has (never)…Did you know that (name) has (never)…?I didn’t find anyone who has (never)…
  35. 35. PAGE 23 in your WORKBOOK (black and white)
  36. 36. Elvis’ Peanut Butter &Banana Sandwich First, mix the peanut butterand mashed bananastogether. Then, lightly toast theslices of bread. Next, spread the peanutbutter and banana mixtureon the toast. After that, close thesandwich and put it in apan with melted butter. Finally, fry the bread untilit’s brown on both sides.
  37. 37. Sequence adverbs• First• Then• Next• After that• Finally
  38. 38. 4231How do weprepare thesesnacks?
  39. 39. Use simple past or present perfect of theverbs listed to complete the puzzle.
  40. 40. Can food affect yourmood (emotions)?What foods do you eat to:• Feel happy?• Feel relaxed?• Wake up?Are those foods healthy?
  41. 41. DepressedLowHave the bluesCalmStressedAngryAnxiousNervousRelaxedHappySecureTired
  42. 42. DepressedLowHave the bluesCalmStressedAngryAnxiousNervousRelaxedHappySecureTired
  43. 43. DepressedLowHave the bluesCalmStressedAngryAnxiousNervousRelaxedHappySecureTired
  44. 44. DepressedLowHave the bluesCalmStressedAngryAnxiousNervousRelaxedHappySecureTired
  45. 45. Read the article and circle new vocabulary.VocabularyCalmCheer upPowerfullySoothingThe bluesLean meatTurn toComfort foodsVocabularioCalmarseAnimarseDramáticamenteRelajanteDepresiónCarne magraRecurrir aComida casera
  46. 46. Read the article again.Part A:• ALL the sentences areFALSE.• Write them again to makethem TRUE, based on theinformation you read.
  47. 47. 1. We often eat when we feel stressed ordepressed.2. You shouldn’t drink coffee to relieve stress.3. Foods like chicken and seafood are high inselenium.4. Carbohydrates cause the brain to releaseserotonin.5. Serotonin makes you feel better.6. People usually eat comfort foods when they’refeeling low.7. You should eat one Brazil nut per day.8. Chocolate will make you feel better at first, butlater you may feel worse.
  48. 48. Think of your own recipe.What ingredients do you need?Peanut Butter & JellySandwich: 2 slices of bread 2 tablespoons peanut butter 2 tablespoons apple jelly
  49. 49.  Describe how to make thedish using sequenceadverbs.• First, put two pieces of bread ona clean plate.• Then, use a knife to spreadpeanut butter on one side.• After that, use a new knife tospread jelly on the other piece.• Finally, put the pieces of breadtogether.• ENJOY your delicious sandwich!
  50. 50. 1/2 a half1/3 a third or one third1/4 a quarter2/5 two-fifths1/8 an eighth or one-eighth1/10 a tenth or one-tenth1/16 a sixteenth or one-sixteenth1 1/2 one and a half2 3/8 two and three-eighths

×