Mon 4/7/2022 - Lesson 1/3 - Unit 8

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Welcome back!
Monday, 4 July 2022

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Print/Copy test materials
Write LessonUp code on the board
Write homework on the board
Last lesson...


How did it go on Thursday and Friday?
What did you do & what have you learnt?

Review 7C

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Write weekly schedule on the board
Write new vocab words on the board
Hang up notice board
Print/Copy test materials
Write homework on the board
Today: 1st session (9:00 - 10:30)
  • Review 7C (15 min)
  • Review & extension of Unit 7, room for questions (30 min)
  • Test from 9:45 - 10:30 (45 min)

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Today: 2nd session (10:45-12:15)
  • Review test together with teacher (20 min)
  • Review the different tenses (present, past, continuous, perfect) (15 min)
  • Complete and review the worksheets (45 min)

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Today: 3rd session (13:00-14:00)
  • Introduction to Unit 8 (15 min)
  • Discussion about graffiti (15 min)
  • Talk about culture in your country (30 min)

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Unit 7
  • comparatives/superlatives
  • 'get' collocations
  • health collocations
  • 'used to'
  • vocabulary 'at the doctor's'

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Test prep (45 min)
  • Review and extension of Unit 7 on SB p. 76
  • Exercises from Vocabulary Focus on SB p. 138
  • Exercises from Grammar Focus on SB p. 154-155
  • Study word list in Google Drive
  • WB exercises
  • Reading and listening extension on WB p. 44
  • Ask questions to the teacher!

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Test + review (80 min)
NO PHONES ARE ALLOWED DURING THIS PART OF THE LESSON!!!



Finished?
Have a break!

Review test together with the teacher after the break.

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Lesson goals
After this lesson, you should be able to...

  • ... use the present simple, present continuous, past simple, past continuous and present perfect correctly
  • ... talk about art and culture (of my home country and Australia)

Do the emoji poll in this LessonUp before leaving class today to reflect on these goals!

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Review the tenses (80 min)
Present Simple:
- used to talk about routines, habits and facts.
> "I walk to school.", "He doesn't work very hard."

Past Simple:
- used to talk about something that happened in the past
> "She ran away from home.", "My dog ate my homework."
Review the tenses (80 min)
Present Continuous:
-  to talk about actions right now & temporary actions around present time
> "He's cooking dinner", "They're travelling around Asia this year."

Past Continuous:
- to talk about something in progress at a particular time in the past
> "In 2010, I was living in Amsterdam", "I was reading my book when the plane took off".
- often uses "when" to join two parts of a sentence
Review the tenses (80 min)
Present Perfect:
-  to talk about past experiences (the whole past, not a particular time)
> "I've run six marathons for charity", "That's amazing, have you ever won a medal?"

'go' in the present perfect:
- we use been instead of gone for a past experience
> "I've been to China" (= went there, came back home), "She's gone to China" (= She's there now)

ever/never:
- to talk about our whole life experience, used before the past participle in the sentence
> "I've never visited the UK. Have you ever been there?"



Review the tenses (80 min)
Present Perfect with 'just'
- used in positive statements to say that something happened a very short time ago.
- comes before the past participle in the sentence.
> "Can I call you back in 5 minutes? I've just got home", "Has she just left?"

Present Perfect with 'already'
- used in positive statements to show something is complete, often before we expected.
- usually comes before the past participle in the sentence.
>"I've already done my grocery shopping", "Have you already done your homework?"
Review the tenses (80 min)
Present Perfect with 'yet'
- used in a negative statement to show that something is not complete
- used in a question to ask if something is complete
- yet comes at the end of the sentence

> "I'm leaving. Have you finished yet?", "Can you wait a bit? I haven't finished my report yet."
Do worksheet exercises (45 min)


Complete the worksheet exercises and review with teacher after 20-30 min.

Finished? Look up more exercises online.

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Introduction to Unit 8 (15 min)


What do you think of
this painting by Dutch 
painter Vincent Van Gogh?

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Introduction to Unit 8 (15 min)
Now look at the painting on SB p. 77.
What do you see?
What style of painting is this?

Listen to the recording of someone talking about an art festival.
Answer the teacher's questions.

Answer the questions on SB p. 77.

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Discussion about graffiti (15 min)

"Graffiti: Yay or Nay?"

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Culture of your own country (15 min)
Talk about important cultural elements in your own country. Talk about:

- art
- music
- sports and activities
- events
- food

When you're finished, continue the conversation by talking about Australian culture.

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Now, I can use the present simple, present continuous, past simple, past continuous and present perfect correctly
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Now, I can talk about art and culture (of my home country and Australia)
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Homework
  • SB exercise 1 and 2 on p. 78
  • Study Grammar Focus 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A

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Slide 23 - Video

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