UNIT 5


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U N I T   5

THEME:


FAMILY
COUNTRIES AND NATIONALITIES



OBJECTIVE:

You will learn useful phrases to use when talking about family, countries and nationalities.




LISTENING COMPREHENSION
These activities will help you improve your understanding of oral communication.



 FAMILY

5.1. WATCH AND LISTEN: Family members
Associate word to picture. Listen to each word and repeat it as many times as you wish.

5.2. WATCH AND LISTEN: Family vocabulary
Listen carefully and repeat each word or sentence.
ACTIVITY(1):Complete the sentences in the Bitacora:

Grandfather:
Baby:          
Grandmother:
Mother:
Sister:
Father:
Brother:
Family:  
Girls:
Boy:

5.3. WATCH AND LISTEN: My family
Identify each word or sentence and repeat it several times.
How many people are in your family?
There are four people in my family
Mother
Father
Sister
Brother
Wife
Husband
Daughter
Son

5.4. LISTENING: Global family
ACTIVITY(2):Listen and then answer these questions in the Bitacora.
1) What does she say about her family?
2) Where does her family live and work?
3) What does she say about Hong Kong?
4) Who will she definitely see in America?


COUNTRIES AND NATIONALITIES

5.5. WATCH AND LISTEN: Countries and Nationalities
Listen carefully to the nationality, the country’s name.
What nationality are you?
Austrian
Where are you from?
Austria
Are you from London originally?
No, I’m Danish
So you are from Denmark
Are you from Denmark, too?
Yes, I am.

5.6. WATCH AND LISTEN: Countries and Nationalities
Identify the countries and the nationalities
This is Jose.
Where does Jose come from?
So, he is... Spanish.

5.7. WATCH AND LISTEN: Countries and Nationalities
Identify the country and then associate it with typical music from that country.

5.8. WATCH AND LISTEN: Countries, Nationalities, Languages



 READING COMPREHENSION
These activities will help you have a better understanding of the reading passage.



5.9. WATCH, LISTEN, READ ALONG, AND REPEAT: Carbon Monoxide 
ACTIVITY(3):Answer these questions in the Bitacora.
1.What was the family doing there?
2.How many people were there in the family?
3.How old was the oldest child?
4.How old was the youngest child?
5.How long were they going to stay there?
6.When did the weather turn cold?
7.Did they have any heating equipment?
8.How did the family die?
9.Write your own opinion or comment?


5.10. Whre are you from, Mark?
ACTIVITY(4):Complete these sentences in the Bitacora.
1) How ............. from?
2) Guess .................. States.
3) Oh......
4) No,.....
5) Maybe....
6) No....
7) New...
8) Yes...
9) Oh,...
10) That’s...




GRAMMAR
Grammar is the glue that holds the language together.



5.11. WATCH AND LISTEN: PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE
 

You can associate each word with its corresponding picture.
Behind/In back of
In front
In               
By
Next to
Over
Between
Under
On    
Where’s the rabbit?
It’s under the table.
It’s in the red box.


5.12. WATCH AND LISTEN: 8 DIFFERENT WAYS TO SAY 'THANK YOU'
 

You will learn several different ways to say thank you!
ACTIVITY(5): Write the 8 sentences in the Bitacora.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)


5.13. LISTENING: EXPRESSIONS WITH THE WORD ‘FISH’


You will learn that english speaking people use many expressions about fish and fishing.

What he is saying sounds ‘fishy’ = he is not saying the truth
In this class I feel like ‘a fish out of water’ = I feel out of place
The bus was ‘packed in like sardines’ = it was crowded


ACTIVITIES
The more you practice, the better you will become.

5.14. WATCH AND LISTEN: LANGUAGE BARRIER
You will learn how these two cartoon cavemen demonstrate the origins of the gender gap

Men are from a cave
Women are from a different cave over there somewhere.

“It has often been said by many people that men and women will never understand each other. This is very true. And it’s primarily an issue of communication and can, in fact, be traced all the way back to the very birth of language itself. In the primitive culture, which was, of course, so popular at the time, cavemen communicated entirely throug a system of grunts. This was a very simple system, comprised of three basic grunts:

-uhuwawak = I’m hungry
-uahhhuk = I’m sleepy
-uguguuug = and, I’m horny. 
These three grunts permitted the cavemen to communicate literally any concept as heart desired.

Cavewoman, on the other hand, employed a subtly different system. Oddly enough this system was composed of exactly the same three grunts:
-uguguuug.  But they could each carry any acceptable thousands of meanings. Depending on exactly how they were grunted ... uguguuug! ..” 


5.15. WHERE’S HE FROM (follow the instructions)

5.16. Country and nationality (follow the instructions)

5.17. Family (GUESS THE WORD)


5.19. Wordsearch: Countries and Nationalities

5.20. Countries: Hangman

5.21. Languages and nationalities (GUESS THE WORD)

5.22. Prepositions; article the (DRAG AND DROP)
  

ASSESSMENT
Listening comprehension quizzes. 


 5.23. QUIZ 1: Backpakers

Instructions:
 ACTIVITY(6): You will listen to a conversation and then answer the questions in the Bitacora.

1) What does he say about backpakers?
2) What else does he say about backpakers?
3) What country has comparatively few travelers?
4) What is a wheely-packer?


 5.24. QUIZ 2: Family traits

Instructions:
ACTIVITY(7): You will listen to a conversation and then answer the questions in the Bitacora.

1) How does she describe her mother?
2) How does she describe her father?
3) What does she say about her sister?
4) In her family, who is very similar?


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