ENG Thema 3 Wk 2 BSN03/ 04 English Conversation/ Grammar Personal Boundaries

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In deze les zitten 10 slides, met interactieve quiz en tekstslides.

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Slide 1 - Tekstslide

What did you have for dinner last night? 
- What do you remember? (5 min)
- Verbs in the past
- Writing a conversation telling someone about something that happened in the past. (15 min)

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

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When are your personal boundaries important?
In class.
At home.
In my working life.

Slide 3 - Quizvraag

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Verbs in the Past

Regular verbs​
Most verbs have a past tense (verleden tijd) and a past participle (voltooide tijd) with -ed

Simple Past (verb -ed) 
I lived here last year. 
Gebruik: het gebeurde in de verleden tijd en het is duidelijk of belangrijk wanneer dat was. Je kunt altijd aanwijzen wanneer het was.

Present Perfect (have/has + past participle) 

I have lived in Mexico. 
I have lived in The Netherlands for the past two years.
Gebruik: om aan te geven dat iets voltooid is, maar het is niet belangrijk wanneer. Of wanneer iets in het verleden begonnen is en nu nog steeds zo is.

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Irregular verbs
A large part of the commonly used verbs are not formed with -ed. They have their own form in the past tense. We call those verbs the irregular verbs (onregelmatige werkwoorden). 

Simple Past (irregular verb in the past)
I forgot to turn off the light when I left the house. 
We spoke all night.

Present Perfect (have/has + past participle) 
I have been here before. 


Slide 5 - Tekstslide


Different Types of Boundaries
Material boundaries: ex. decide to lend something to someone. 
Physical boundaries: ex. can someone touch your pregnant belly or do you accept hearing your neighbour's music.  
Mental boundaries: ex. do you know what you believe, and can you hold onto your opinions? 
Emotional boundaries: do you connect with someone emotionally? Ex. feel guilty when someone feels bad about something.
Sexual boundaries: protect your comfort level with sexual touch and activity – what, where, when, and with whom.
Spiritual boundaries: your beliefs and experiences in connection with God or a higher power.

Slide 6 - Tekstslide

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Writing a conversation (15 min)

- select a case and imagine you are telling your friend about what happened.
- write this conversation in Classkick
- go to www.classkick.com and enter your class code:
BSN03: JPD 66J
- enter your name 
- write the conversation using as many irregular verbs as possible and write them in Boldface!

Slide 7 - Tekstslide

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Yesterday I was at work and my boss asked me for my car because he couldn't find his car keys. He is so unorganised! I felt uncomfortable about it but I didn't want to say no. So in the end I lent him my car. 

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Practice Cases for Different Boundaries
Material boundaries: your boss is running late for a meeting and can't find his car keys, he asks you to lend him your car. What do you say?
Physical boundaries: your colleague starts massaging your shoulders as you told him/ her they were stiff. What do you say?
Mental boundaries: your boss wants you to come to work even though you have a cold, you feel it is irresponsible. What do you say? 
Emotional boundaries: your mother is feeling a bit lonely at the moment. How do you feel?
Sexual boundaries: your partner want to kiss you in class. What do you say? 
Spiritual boundaries: you are having a chat with a colleague about religion. He or she says that there is only one belief and that is in God. What do you say? 

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Printscreen maken 
Fn + prt sc
knippen programma voor selectie 
See you at 14:00! 

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