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  1. 1. By:M.A. Cindy Acosta
  2. 2. ANALYZE PHASE:curriculum requirements: It requires attendance and taking in consideration thecontent we are going to develop.limitations: Some students do not have knowledge of many of the regular andirregular verbsResources:LaptopCopiesData showWhiteboardMarkersNotebookInternet sites:how to use simple present tense
  3. 3. DESIGN PHASEinstructional goals: To get the basic knowledge to express not onlywritten but also orally with Simple Present. learners needs: Students need to know the correct grammar rules todo the sentences not only positive but also negative, questions andshort answers.their prior knowledge (entry level skills): Sudents should have basicknowledge of the pronouns, articles, verbs and vocabularies.Constructing assessments (as you consider goals, learners needs, andprior knowledge).According to the evaluation Criteria:Listen to the videoParticipate in classComplete the internet sites
  4. 4. DEVELOPMENT PHASEDetermine instructional strategies: I will useparticipation, brainstorming, feedback, activeactivities through internet and participation in instructional media: They have to usegoogle, youtube to see different web site thatexplains more about Simple Present to facilitates andsupport student understanding of new knowledge.
  5. 5. IMPLEMENT PHASEteaching/learning experience and studentunderstanding (assessments):Through the practice students will expressquestions and weakness.Also, we can see theexperience they have get because of the resultsof the evaluation of written and oral activities.
  6. 6. UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE CHIRIQUÍ EXTENSION UIVERSITARIA DE BOQUETE-DEPARTAMENTO DE INGLÉSDENOMINACIÓN DEL CURSO: Basic Grammar CÓDIGO DEL CURSO:Ing. PROFESORA: Cindy Acosta M. HORARIO:Miercoles 5:10- 6:45 y Viernes 6:50–8:25Second Semester: DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSEIn this course students will learn basic grammar rules that can help them to improve theirskills.They will continue pulishing some new concepts so they can put in practice in their reallife system.OBJECTIVESGeneral Objective:Identify the rules of each sentence and put them in practice.Develop gramar skills so they can use it to interact correctly with theri partners.Especific Objective:Answer using the correct gramar rules we are using.Show their abilities of gramar rules assertively.
  7. 7. CONTENTTell me about yourselfWho want to life forever?Where do you hang out?It´s a big MysteryThese are a few of my favorite things!Great ideasMETHODOLOGY In each class we will discuss the information for the different topics using thetextbooks, workbook and class activities. The students will participate with their ownopinions about the topic. Then, we will develop grammar activities that will allowstudents to put in practice their learning knowledge. The students will be evaluatedaccording to the criteria of evaluation to improve their weakness.  
  8. 8. EVALUACIÓNMid-term (2) 30%Homeworks, participation, attendance, 35%Final Exam 35% 100%BIBLIOGRAFY - Hemisphere student book and workbook McGraw-Hill     -Touchstone Cambridge 1Workbook
  9. 9. When Should I Use The Present Simple Tense?Okay, now you know how to make the present simple. But how dowe use it? In fact, we use this tense in several different situations:(More about the difference between the present simple and the preseMy Present Simple Video Firstly, we use the Present Simple when something is generally true.For example,The sun rises in the east.People need food.It snows in winter.The sky isn’t green.Water boils at 100°C.Plants die without water.Two and two make four.
  10. 10. 2: Secondly, we need to use this tense for a situation that we think is more orless permanent (see the present continuous for a temporary situation - onewhich we think wont last long).Where do you live?She works in a bank.They love coffee.She has three children.I am married.I dont like mushrooms.3: The next use is for habits or things that we do regularly. We often useadverbs of frequency in this case (also see the present continuous for new,temporary or annoying habits.Do you smoke?I play tennis every Tuesday.We often go to the cinema.She gets up at seven oclock every day.At the weekend, we usually go to the market.How often do you study English?I dont travel very often.
  11. 11. 4: Four, we use the Simple Present to talk about what happens inbooks, plays, or films:The hero dies at the end of the film.A young woman travels through Europe, where she meets differentpeople, and finally falls in love.In this book, an army invades Britain.The main character is very pretty and works in a bookshop.5: We use it in the first and the zero conditional.6: Strangely, we can use this tense to talk about the future. When youare discussing a timetable or a fixed plan, you can use this tense.Usually, the timetable is fixed by an organisation, not by us.School begins at nine tomorrow.Our train leaves at eleven.What time does the film start?The plane doesnt arrive at seven, it arrives at seven thirty.When does the class finish?
  12. 12. Introduction7: We also use it to talk about the future after wordslike ‘ when’, ‘ until’, ‘ after’, ‘ before’, ‘as soon as’ in a futuresentence.I will call you when I have time. (Not ‘will have’)I wont go out until it stops raining.Shell come as soon as her babysitter arrives.Im going to make dinner after I watch the news.Ill give you the book before you go.8: We need to use this simple tense with some special verbswhich we dont use in continuous tenses (stative verbs). Clickhere for more information about stative verbs.This soup tastes great.You look fabulous.I think she is very pretty.I am cold.I promise I will help you.
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