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Unerg ingles esp english

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ESP ENGLISH INGLES POSTGRADO MAESTRIA EN EDUCACION MENCION DESARROLLO COMUNITARIO UNERG, LA VICTORIA, EDO. ARAGUA

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Unerg ingles esp english

  1. 1. *Facilitadora: Dra. Susana Gómez
  2. 2. ** Inglés para la adquisición de estrategias de lectura y aprendizaje de vocabulario de las ciencias de la Educación y Desarrollo Comunitario* Interpretar lecturas cortas para extraer las ideas principales y conclusiones aplicando scanning y skimming.* Contestar a preguntas a través de la interpretación gráfica y escrita.* Reflexión y Consideraciones generales.
  3. 3. ** The world has become very small, because modern communications are so rapid and widely available
  4. 4. *Main goal of communications:*To understand• To be understood•Comprehension•Enrich, research•Basic vocabulary•Reading techniques•2000 words•Recognize vs. know•Learn how to learn
  5. 5. ** Inferencia o adivinar significados.* Deducir e interpretar.* Semántica. * Synonym: big=large, fantastic=wonderful. * Antonym: hard/soft, fat/thin * Homonym: Homographs left (pasado de leave, izquierdo) * Metonym: crown for royalty * Collocation:Black and white* Uso del diccionario.
  6. 6. Recomendaciones• Lecturas para ejercitar vocabulario técnico de uso frecuente.• Abordar comprensión de textos vs. traducción• Diario. Libreta índice.• Mnemotécnicas, esquemas, mapas semánticos, ilustraciones, otros.• Expandir acervo• Diccionario bilingüe •Autorregulación
  7. 7. Examples SUSTANTIVO ADJETIVO VERBO Communication Communicate student teach research improve Book - notebook – pencil – teacher •¿Qué es un programa ESP? To meet these communication needs, more and more individuals have highlyspecific academic and professional reasons for seeking to improve their______________skills.
  8. 8. * Grupos de palabras para entender todo el material.Phrase Reading PROPÓSITO: Estudiar, resolver problemas y seguir instrucciones y direcciones Comprensión: 70-80% Saltándose palabras para leer rápidamente y tener una visión del texto. Skimming PROPÓSITO: Tener una visión previa, revisar y localizar una información Comprensión: 40-50% Localizar una información en particular. Scanning Explorar PROPÓSITO: Para investigaciones, revisiones y encontrar información Comprensión: 100%
  9. 9. ** Tener claro determinados elementos y funciones de las palabras y oraciones que conforman el texto. (parts of speech) * Tiempos gramaticales. * Tipos de oraciones * Ejercicios * Lecturas sencillas- complejas * Evaluaciones
  10. 10. **Sustantivos: Nouns*Pronombres: Pronouns*Verbos: Verbs*Adjetivos: Adjectives*Adverbios: Adverbs*Preposiciones: Prepositions*Conjunciones: Conjunctions*Exclamaciones: Interjections
  11. 11. *www.susanagomez.tk
  12. 12. *sugo2001@hotmail.com
  13. 13. How important is it for you to perform these How well can you perform these READING tasks well in English? tasks in English? Not Quite Very Not at Not Quite Very Essential important important important all well well well1. Reading textbooks2. Reading journal articles3. Reading magazine or newspaper articles4. Reading works of literature5. Reading handouts6. Reading workbook instructions7. Reading laboratory or computermanuals8. Reading texts forming part of examquestions.9. Reading to get specific information forassignments10. Reading to check information11. Reading for clarification12. Reading to support a position13. Reading to establish and evaluateauthors position14. Reading critically15. Reading quickly and efficiently16. Understanding vocabulary17. Reading aloud18. Reading and answering questions20. Taking notes21. Other reading activity (please specify) Cortesía http://www.uefap.com/
  14. 14. **Canto de un gallo.*Libro sobre cabeza- modelar*Recitar poesía de la infancia.*Hacer mímica.*Hablar acerca de sí mismo por 4 minutos.
  15. 15. **APPLICATION: * Students practice class/assignments.*EVALUATION: * Progress check during and at the end of the unit.*RECOMMENDATION.*CONSIDERATIONS.
  16. 16. Write:-English known.-English seen.-English remembered.
  17. 17. **Good night.*Good bye.*Bye-bye.*See you tomorrow.*See you tomorrow morning.*See you later.*See you in a while.
  18. 18. **Listen.*Look.*Repeat.*Answer.*Go ahead.*Come on.*Please.
  19. 19. *Excuse me.*Thank you.*You arewelcome. *
  20. 20. **Parte esencial del lenguaje.*Hacen posible que la gente sepa hacia quién o qué se hace referencia.
  21. 21. **Persona: Bob, girl, swimmer, Mr. Yang, Uncle Peter.*Lugar: kitchen, St. James street, Caracas*Cosas, Ideas, acciones, condiciones: Capitalism, recession, freedom; competition, exercises; joy, health; compassion, intelligence
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  23. 23. *Singular andPlural
  24. 24. *The plural form of most nouns is created simply s by adding the letter . snake = snakes ski = skis
  25. 25. *RULE 1: •Most words add -sRULE 2: •Words ending in s, ss, ch, x, z add -es and add a syllabus in pronunciation. •Examples:watch - watches, peach – peaches, grass - grasses, glass – glasses, flash, flashes, box-boxesRULE 3: •Words ending in y, change y for i and add -es •Examples: candy - candies, jelly – jellies, secretary- secretaries, baby-babies.RULE 4: •Words ending in 0, add -es •Examples: potato-potatoes, tomato-tomatoes,
  26. 26. *Words that end in -ch, x, s or s-like sounds, however, will require an -es for the plural: witch = witches box = boxes gas = gases bus = buses kiss = kisses
  27. 27. *There are several nouns that have irregular plural forms. child = children woman = women man = men person = people goose = geese mouse = mice deer = deer
  28. 28. *1 pen 2 pens1 apple 2 apples1 pencil 2 pencils1 key 2 keys1 dog 2 dogs1 classroom 2 classrooms1 cat 2 cats
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  42. 42. 1 foot 2 feet1 child 2 children1 goose 2 geese1 tooth 2 teeth1 man 2 men1 woman 2 women1 mouse 2 mice *
  43. 43. 1 foot 2 feet
  44. 44. 1 child 2 children
  45. 45. 1 tooth 7 teeth
  46. 46. 1 goose 3 geese
  47. 47. 1 man 3 men
  48. 48. 1 mouse 2 mice
  49. 49. 1 woman 12 women
  50. 50. 1 person 8 people
  51. 51. 1 fish 4 fish
  52. 52. 1 sheep 2 sheep
  53. 53. 1 knife 2 knives
  54. 54. 1 wife 2 wives
  55. 55. 1 thief 2 thieves
  56. 56. 1 half 2 halves
  57. 57. *Where is.......?
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  63. 63. Where is the person?*
  64. 64. *The tree is behind the house
  65. 65. Where is the tree?*
  66. 66. Where is the mouse?*
  67. 67. Where is the mouse?*
  68. 68. Where is Ann?*
  69. 69. Where is Mary?*
  70. 70. Where is the plane?*
  71. 71. Where is the girl?*
  72. 72. Where is the ship?*
  73. 73. Where is the dog?*
  74. 74. Where is the mouse?*
  75. 75. Where is the cat?*
  76. 76. Where are the cats?*
  77. 77. Where is the flower?*
  78. 78. Where is the bear?*
  79. 79. Where is the little mouse?*

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