1st TERM 3rd ESO

INTRODUCTION / STARTER SESSIONS
Session 1
Download DUOLINGO and work on the level test (not beginners!!). Remember to work on it every day!!
Taboo Game (for Student A)

Football:  Ball, team, stadium, players

legs: sport, feet, fingers, for walking

Home: Bathroom, room, bedroom, living room

Means of transports: Car, bicycle, boat, ship

Pencilcase:Pencil, rubber, pen, crayon

Body: Legs, arms, person, movement

Mountain: Tree, flowers,animals, grass

Face: Eyes, ears, hair, mouth

Dictionary: Letters,words, meaning, translate

Colours: Orange, red, blue, green

SONGS
Practice your listening with this LINK
 LISTENING ACTIVITIES


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Nivel Intermedio
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Vocabulary Activities.- At home: Choose that vocabulary list you may have difficulties with.

 
Session 2
BBC Learning English– Listenings while Reading
Revising Food
We are going to get some practice on Food. Firstly you will surf these webs to get vocabulary:
2.- Meat
4.- Listening. Practice your listening with this link. Work with FOOD, DRINK, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Remember to inter in those online activities at the bottom of each page.
5.- Have a look at the expressions in  this video in order to get ready for a roleplay.
6.- Roleplaying: ordering for food in a restaurant (have a look at page 17 – activity 10- and page 19 activities 4 & 5 in your books). Student A is going to be a waiter and Student B a customer. Use all the vocabulary seen on the previous links to maintain a conversation for 5 minutes.
map of state fo foods
Taboo Game (for Student B)
 Hearing: sense,music, ear, to listen  Newsagent’s: newspaper,to read,the news
 Eyelashes: eyes, face, to look, make up Tasteless: no flavour,mouth, to taste, food
 Van: carry, vehicle, wheels, to drive  Lips: face, red, mouth, to smile
 Sight: sense, to look, eyes, to see  Rarely: not often, hardly ever, always
 Waistcoat: clothes, warm, no sleeves, cold  Plenty of: many, a lot of, plural, lots of
ROLEPLAYING
Get some more practice with the cards below (manager / boss vs working man/woman)
Student A Role Student B Role
(1a) You are a working man/woman who has a large family. You are at work. Your boss wants to talk to you.
(1b) You are a manager. You have an employee that hasn’t been performing well. He/she is often late. He/she also spends a lot of time checking his/her private emails and strange websites instead of doing work. Yesterday, you caught her/him sleeping at his/her desk. Please fire the employee (in a nice way).
(2a) You are a manager. You are in your office. Your best employee knocks on your door. He/she wants to talk to you.
(2b) You are at work. Please tell your boss that you have accepted a position at another company, so you will be leaving the company in 2 weeks.
(3a) You are a boss. Tell your employees that because of the economic crisis, they will be taking a 20% pay cut. This pay cut actually started last month, but you forgot to tell them. Also, you will need them to come in on the weekends for the next few months, until things get better.
(3b) You are at work. Your lovely boss has an announcement.
(4a) You are the manager of a busy company. One of your employees wants to talk to you.
(4b) Your boss has been forcing you to work more and more overtime every week. You have also been given many extra responsibilities that do not fall under your job description. You haven’t been able to spend much time with your family, and your husband/wife is threatening to divorce you. Please talk to your boss.
(5a) You are walking on the street.
(5b) You are on the street.
You lost your job last month because of the economic crisis. You also got kicked out of your apartment yesterday because you couldn’t pay rent. You are hungry, and essentially, homeless. Convince the other person, who is a stranger to you, to help you.
(6a) You are a doctor. Your patient is very unhealthy due to excessive drinking and smoking (cigarettes). He/she also eats unhealthily and does not exercise enough. Convince him/her to change the way he/she is living, or he/she might die.
(6b) You are at the doctor’s office. You have just had a health checkup.
(7a) The family next to your house has a dog. The dog barks loudly every night, and you can’t sleep. Tell your neighbor to make his dog quiet. Tell him/her that if the dog doesn’t shut up, you’ll do something about it yourself.
(7b) Your neighbor comes to talk with you about your lovely dog.
ROLEPLAYING 2

Role play 1
Student A
You’ve just arrived in your first country at the beginning of your world tour. You’re worried about
money and so you’d like to find a cheap hotel to stay in. Try and convince your friends that this is the
best option.
Student B
You’ve just arrived in your first country at the beginning of your world tour. You want to start your
holiday in style and stay in a nice hotel. Try and convince your friends that this is the best idea.
Student C
You’ve just arrived in your first country at the beginning of your world tour. Your friends have got
different ideas about where they would like to stay. Listen to them and decide who you agree with.
Role-play 2
Student A
You’re now in your second country but unfortunately you’ve just been mugged and have lost your bag
with your passport, air tickets and money in it. You’re at the police station to report the theft.
Student B
You’re now in your second country but unfortunately your friend’s bag’s been stolen. You’re at the
police station to help your friend.
Student C
You’re a police officer. Two westerners are in your police station to report a theft. You don’t believe
their story. Ask them a lot of questions to find out if they are telling the truth.
Role-play 3
Student A
Because of the mugging you phone home to talk to your parents. You want your parents to send you
some money urgently because you have no money left. Reassure your parents that everything is OK
and get as much money as possible.
Student B
You are Mum. You are upset about what has happened to your child. You don’t want to send him/her
any money because you want him/her to come back home immediately.
Student C
You are Dad. You are upset about what has happened to your child. You don’t want to send him/her
any money because you want him/her to come back home immediately.
Role-play 4
Student A
You’re in Malaysia and you’ve fallen in love with Asia. Now you really want to go to Thailand because
you’ve heard they’ve got the best beaches in the world. Try and convince your friends to come with
you.
Student B
You’re in Malaysia and feel quite happy. Your two friends have got very different ideas about where to
go next. Listen to your friends and then tell them what you would like to do.
Student C
You’re in Malaysia but you want to leave. You are tired of travelling and you miss your home and your
home cooking. Try and convince your friends to come home with you.

Role-play 5
Student A
You’re ecstatically happy. You’ve fallen in love with a boy/girl from the country you are visiting and
you’ve decided you want to buy a house on the beach and live there forever. Tell your friends about
your big decision.
Student B
Your friend has something important to tell you. Listen carefully and then respond: You think your
friend’s gone mad and he/she is going to make a terrible decision. Think of all the reasons why his/her
plan is crazy and convince him/her to come back home with you.
Student C
Your friend has something important to tell you. Listen carefully and then respond: You think your
friend’s gone mad (crazy) and he/she is going to make a terrible decision. Think of all the reasons why his/her
plan is crazy and convince him/her to come back home with you.

UNIT 2

British vs American English I

British vs American II

British vs American III

UNIT 3
ROLEPLAYING 1
1.- Invent a dialogue realated to The environment using vocabulary from Unit 3
2.- Some couples will represent for their peers
 LISTENING ACTIVITIES


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 UNIT 4
Have, Do, Go
Hobbies & unusual experiences
How adventurous are you?
Have you ever practised a extreme sport?
Have a look at the following pictures and talk to your partner using the vocabulary on your Ss book page 40.

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ORAL. Talk in small groups about the following images:

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READING ACTIVITIES

Reading – For beginners/intermediate level

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