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Mysteruous 11

  1. 1. Unit curriculums for11th grade Topic: Mysteries (6 hours)
  2. 2. approved by……../u.enkhtuya/ aims: ss’ll be able to learn to use deduction about listening skillsObjectives: to increase speaking.reading, writing andthe past and some clauses using senses. to understand some clauses to talk about archaeology and senses Individual needs Social needs Needs: Ss’ll be able to discuss about Talkng on mysteries to express your transport and learn to use some ideas clauses framework Before lesson you In this unit you Expected results know want to study v can,must, should v deduction of past Learning to use these v for obligation v because/so/ as a grammars and express v And, but, so,such, result your idea about it. vSenses of body Content Knowledge skills *Deduction about past *talking on mysteries to express *Because/so/as a result your ideas *Verbs for sense *learning to use some grammar *More transport vocabularies on the sentences *improving writing, reading, listening and speaking.
  3. 3. Topics and hour distribution (6 hours)d Subtopics Methodology Hour Materials Date Commen t1 Unexplained 1 Drilling Guessing Posters mysteries grammar method English book…2 The Bermuda 1 Matching, KWL Grammar book triangle Questionnaire pictures3 The pyramids 1 Corner method Reading, English book, grammar book Com-tive Appr-ch4 A personal 1 KWL GM, Drilling, GTM, real mystery Miming objects, Drilling5 Examination 1 Test book Test’s paper6 Revision 1 Grammar method Grammar books
  4. 4. Click to edit Master text stylesSecond level ● Third level ● Fourth level ● Fifth level
  5. 5. Must/might/could+have+PPWe use it to speculate about thepast. In this way, we make deductionsabout the past.They must have seen me. I wasstudying next to them.It might have looked for the otherway.The house could have thought youwere with someone else.
  6. 6. Answer the questionsClick to edit Master text stylesSecond level ● Third level ● Fourth level ● Fifth level
  7. 7. Could/may/might+have+pp-to indicate a pastpossibility also rememberThe cause of death could havebeen bacteria. in presentpossibilityJohn might have gone to themovies yesterday.
  8. 8. Because / so / AS aresultWe use because in clausesto talk about reasons for anactionWe decided to leave earlybecause the party wasboringWe use so to talk about theresults of an action.
  9. 9. Can/could/will be ableto+verbs for senses - to describe abilities Present: I can seehear,touch,taste,smellPast: I could seehear,touch,taste,smel
  10. 10. Matching these similar meaningsabnormal, unable to see, anecdotes, hit, blind, irreversible, banged, can’t change back, eyesight, trippingover, vision, not normal, had again, regained, stories, falling over,

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