Unit 2.3 - Recap demonstrative prns / Ordinals & expressions(telling time)

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 Today
  • Explain grammar:
       -  Recap : this / that / these/ those
       -  ordinal numbers
  • Pronunciation vocabulary 1.3

  • Work on homework/ exercises

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Slide 3 - Slide

this, that, these, those

.... bottle over there is empty.
A
This
B
That
C
These
D
Those

Slide 4 - Quiz

this, that, these, those

Look at .... newspaper here.
A
this
B
that
C
these
D
those

Slide 5 - Quiz

this, that, these, those

I have read all ... books here.
A
this
B
that
C
these
D
those

Slide 6 - Quiz

I love ...... skirt here!

Slide 7 - Open question

Can you see ...... cat over there?

Slide 8 - Open question

Do you feel like you understand this, that, these and those?
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Slide 9 - Poll

Please take
your notebook in
front of you

Slide 10 - Slide

Slide 11 - Video

Cardinal & ordinal numbers
(hoofdtelwoorden & rangtelwoorden)
Cardinal: een woord dat een aantal weergeeft

They ordered eighteen sandwiches.

I live in the fourth house on the left.

Ordinal: een woord dat een volgorde aangeeft

Slide 12 - Slide

Cardinal & ordinal numbers
Hoe maak je een rangtelwoord (ordinal number)?

seven   >   seventh (7th)

thirteen  >   thirteenth (13th)

eighty-four  >   eighty-fourth (84th)

Hoofdtelwoorden (dus de 'gewone' getallen)

seven, thirteen, eighty-four etc.

hoofdtelwoord + th

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Cardinal & ordinal numbers
Spellingsveranderingen:
five / twelve   >   fifth / twelfth 

eight   >   eighth

nine   >   ninth (9th)

twenty / forty   >   twentieth / fortieth

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Cardinal & ordinal numbers
Uitzonderingen:

one   >   first (1st)

two   >   second (2nd)

three   >   third (3rd)

twenty-one   >   twenty-first (21st)

thirty-two   >   thirty-second (32nd)

forty-three   >   forty-third (43rd)

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I have breakfast at ...... (6) o'clock.

Slide 16 - Open question

My brother is in the ...... (6) class.

Slide 17 - Open question

I am so happy that he won the ......
(2) prize.

Slide 18 - Open question

He scored ...... (3) goals in that game.

Slide 19 - Open question

It's the ...... (5) day of our holiday in Florida.

Slide 20 - Open question

This is the ...... (4) book I am reading this month.

Slide 21 - Open question

Do you feel like you understand the cardinal and ordinal numbers?
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Slide 22 - Poll

Telling time in English

Slide 23 - Slide

Slide 24 - Slide

Slide 25 - Slide

a quarter ....

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Slide 28 - Slide

1. Telling time:
Write out the time:
03:50
A
It's ten to four.
B
It's fifty past three.
C
It's almost four o'clock
D
It's twenty past half four.

Slide 29 - Quiz

3. Telling time
Write out the time:
07:15
A
It's fifteen past seven.
B
It's fifteen to seven.
C
It's a quarter past seven.
D
It's a quarter to seven.

Slide 30 - Quiz


A
eight minutes past half past twelve
B
eight minutes past half past eleven
C
twenty-two minutes to twelve
D
twenty-two minutes to eleven

Slide 31 - Quiz

6. Telling time:
What time is it?
13.30
A
It's half past two
B
It's one o'clock
C
It's half past one
D
It's half two

Slide 32 - Quiz

7. Telling time

Slide 33 - Open question

8. Telling time

Slide 34 - Open question

I understand how to tell time in English
A
Yes, easy peasy lemon squeezy :D
B
Yes, but I need a little bit help :)
C
No, I need more help :|
D
No, I don't understand it :(

Slide 35 - Quiz

Class activity
Blooket

Homework
Do: Unit 2.3. Ex 3a and 4 online.
Studybox : Expressions and telling time.          pg.  86 -87


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