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ESCUELA NACIONAL DE FORMACION

PROFESIONAL POLICIAL
ESCUELA DE EDUCACIÓN SUPERIOR TÉCNICO
PROFESIONAL PNP YUNGAY

AREA ACADÉMICA

SÍLABO DESARROLLADO
DE
INGLES
PROGRAMA REGULAR
2018
SILABO DE UNIDAD DIDACTICA Y/O ACTIVIDADES CURRICULARES

INGLES

I. DATOS GENERALES

ESCUELA : EESTP-PNP-YUNGAY
MODULO : MODULO
PERIODO ACADEMICO : III PERIODO
HORAS TOTALES :32 horas académicas
HORAS SEMANALES : 02 horas académicas
CREDITOS :
SEMANAS ACADEMICAS : 16
DOCENTE : MEJÍA MONTES MOISÉS :

II SUMILLA

En la actual era de la tecnología y la información, el idioma inglés es una


herramienta de utilidad para la obtención de información que se encuentra
en el idioma inglés. El conocer el idioma inglés se convierte en una fortaleza
para los estudiantes, quienes podrán comunicarse mejor siendo
conocedores del idioma inglés y expuestos a una nueva cultura en tiempo
real.
Los estudiantes quienes dominan el idioma inglés tienen una ventaja que les
permitirá desenvolverse en este contexto global, donde es un desafío y
necesidad comunicarse con el idioma de mayor uso del mundo.

De acuerdo a los objetivos por el Ministerio de Educación del Perú, la


enseñanza del idioma inglés es una de las prioridades para lograr que los
estudiantes usen esta herramienta para la investigación y la comunicación
con extranjeros de habla inglesa.

III. CAPACIDADES
El alumno PNP adquiere conocimientos, habilidades y destrezas en la siguiente
área de Inglés.

A. Usa el idioma inglés en un contexto real de acuerdo a sus necesidades como miembro de
la Policía Nacional del Perú.
B. Lee, comprende y analiza con sentido crítico textos en inglés que simulen situaciones en
un contexto real relacionados a la carrera policial.
C. Se comunica utilizando expresiones significativas en una situación real para ponerlo en
práctica durante su labor policial.
D. Contribuye en la adaptación a un mundo globalizado en el cual el idioma inglés les
permitirá estar acorde con los avances tecnológicos, y les será de ayuda en un contexto
real.
E. Comunica oralmente con naturalidad, espontaneidad, coherencia, demostrando
habilidades expresivas, utilizando el vocabulario y expresiones básicas aprendidas en
aula.
F. Elabora un trabajo aplicativo con la orientación metódica del docente sobre temática
policial.

IV. CONTENIDOS CURRICULARES


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INDICADORES DE LOGRO

SEMANA CONTENIDO
RECURSOS
ACADÉMICA CONCEPTUAL PROCEDIMENTAL ACTITUDINAL
Primera “I GONNA INTRODUCE • Muestra interés. • PPT sobre el tema
semana MYSELF” Introduce themselves • Trabaja en pareja. a tratar.
(03 horas) - Wh- questions. according to the template. • Sensibilización con el • Fotocopias
- Vocabulary: Age, tema. • Computadora
occupation, cell phone Solve a worksheet about • Actitud reflexiva • Equipo multimedia.
number. personal information. • Asume • Normas.
Diagnostic assessment. responsabilidad la • Material didáctico.
adquisición de
sus aprendizajes.
Segunda WHAT ARE THEY Deduce el mensaje de
semana DOING? diferentes textos escritos.
(03 horas) - Grammar: Completa
Present Continuous. - información específica
Speaking teniendo en cuenta la • Participación activa • Videos
- Listening información recibida. • Laptop
- Responde preguntas • Equipo multimedia.
• Trabajo en equipo
utilizando la • Normas.
información brindada.

INDICADORES DE LOGRO

SEMANA CONTENIDO
ACADÉMICA RECURSOS
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDIMENTAL ACTITUDINAL
Tercera semana WHAT ARE YOU Deduce el mensaje de
(03 horas) DOING? diferentes textos orales.
Grammar: Present Reconoce vocabulario
Continuous. específico en diferentes
Speaking. diálogos.
Se hace entender con Trabaja en equipo Videos
expresiones breves. Computadora
Intercambia información Equipo multimedia.
oportuna con su Actitud reflexiva
interlocutor.
- Hace uso de una correcta
pronunciación.

Cuarta MY DAILY ROUTINE Deduce el mensaje de


semana - Present Simple Tense. diferentes textos escritos.
(03 horas) Affirmative, negative Completa información
and interrogative form. específica teniendo en
cuenta la información
recibida.
Muestra interés
Responde preguntas Laptop
Es proactivo
utilizando la Equipo multimedia.
información brindada. Participación activa
- Utiliza diversas estructuras Actitud reflexiva
gramaticales y lexicales
según la situación
comunicativa.

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Quinta TALKING ABOUT
• Deduce el mensaje de
semana DAILY ROUTINE diferentes textos orales.
(03 oras) - Present Simple • Reconoce vocabulario
- Speaking. específico en diferentes
diálogos.
• Videos
• Se hace entender con • Muestra interés • Laptop
expresiones breves. • Participación activa • Equipo
• Intercambia información multimedia.
oportuna con su
interlocutor.
• Hace uso de una correcta
pronunciación.

Sexta semana I CAN DO • Identifica el uso del Modal


(03 oras) EVERYTHING “can” al expresar sus
• Videos
- Can/Can’t habilidades y deporte.
• Laptop
- Vocabulary: Sports and • Expresa sus habilidades de • Trabaja en equipo • Equipo
activities. manera oral y frente a sus • Actitud reflexiva multimedia.
compañeros.

Séptima I AM DOING KARATE. • Menciona sus


semana Review habilidades y las
(03 horas) - Grammar: Present acciones que realiza en Muestra interés • Laptop
Continuous. Present su rutina diaria. • Equipo
Simple. Participación activa
multimedia.
- Vocabulary: Sports.
• Resuelve su examen con
responsabilidad y respeto.
Mid-term exam
Octava WHERE WERE YOU • Videos
semana YESTERDAY? • Laptop
• Identifica el pasado del
(03 oras) - Was – Were / Wasn • Trabaja en equipo • Equipo
verbo To Be.
´t – Weren´t - • Actitud reflexiva multimedia.
Vocabulary • Dialoga y expresa ideas.

Novena WHAT WERE THEY Muestra interés


semana WEARING? • Laptop
• Reconoce el uso del was Participación activa
(03 oras) - Exercises • Equipo
– were en sus tres
- Complete and match the multimedia.
formas.
correct sentences.

Décima I SAW AN ACCIDENT


semana - Regular and Irregular Verbs• Reconoce el uso de los • Videos
Trabaja en equipo • Laptop
(03 horas) - Vocabulary verbos en pasado.
Actitud reflexiva • Equipo
• Dialoga y expresa ideas. multimedia.
Décima THERE WAS AN • Expresa sus ideas a través • Laptop
primera ACCIDENT de un dialogo. • Equipo
Muestra interés
semana - Exercises • Usa los verbos en pasado multimedia.
(03 horas) - Complete and match the Participación activa • Flashcards
para formar oraciones.
correct sentences.
Décimo • Usa el verbo To Be en
segunda REVIEW pasado (was/were) en
semana oraciones. • Flashcards
(03 horas) Trabaja en equipo • Laptop
II Exam • Usa “was” y “were” para
Actitud reflexiva • Equipo
describir una fiesta en multimedia.
tiempo pasado.

Décimo WHAT ARE YOU • Usa “going to” para Muestra interés • Laptop
tercera GOING TO DO? mencionar sus Participación activa • Equipo
semana actividades del multimedia.
(03 horas) - Grammar: siguiente fin de • Flashcards
Going to - semana.
Vocabulary:
Verbs/Activities

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Décimo cuarta FUTURE WITH GOING Muestra interés
• Usa “going to” para
semana TO Trabaja en parejas
(03 horas) describir sus planes • Flashcards
Grammar: Going to
futuros. Participación activa • Laptop
(Interrogative form)
• Completa ejercicios • Equipo
Vocabulary: Party items
usando “going to” de multimedia.
acuerdo al contexto.
Décimo quinta • Completa oraciónes
semana usando verbos en • Laptop
(03 horas) MISCELLANY presente, pasado y Trabaja en equipo • Equipo
multimedia.
futuro. Actitud reflexiva • Flashcards
• Resuelve un quiz usando
“going to”.
Décimo sexta
semana Examen Final
(03 horas)

V. METODOLOGÍA

A. MÉTODO DEDUCTIVO:

El método deductivo se trabajará haciendo uso de la técnica de diálogo, de


acuerdo al tema y vocabulario asignado por semana.

B. MÉTODO INDUCTIVO

Partiendo de un caso o un contexto imaginario para un futuro servicio policial se


trabajará con la técnica de diálogo para la aplicación del tema, vocabulario y
gramática asignada por semana.

C. MÉTODO ANALÍTICO

El Método analítico consiste en la desmembración de un todo, descomponiéndolo


en sus partes o elementos para observar las causas, la naturaleza y los efectos.

D. MÉTODO SINTÉTICO

Haciendo uso de este método y mediante la aplicación de técnicas como lluvia


de ideas se espera llegar al análisis inicial, y final de un texto o un diálogo en el
cual se aprecien los contenidos gramaticales y vocabulario programado.
VI. EQUIPOS Y MATERIALES

El docente para el desarrollo de la asignatura empleará los siguientes recursos


didácticos:

A. MATERIALES Y MEDIOS AUDIOVISUALES


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✓ Proyector multimedia, video, computadora, internet.
✓ Normatividad, libros, separatas, fichas de trabajo. ✓ Pizarra,
plumón, tijeras, goma.

VII. EVALUACIÓN

La evaluación integral se rige de acuerdo al Manual del Régimen Educativo


Policial.

El proceso de evaluación del aprendizaje será permanente, comprenderá:

A. Evaluación Formativa Interactiva, en relación a la participación activa del educando en


el aula. El promedio de las intervenciones orales constituirá Nota de intervenciones
orales.

B. Evaluación Formativa o de Proceso para comprobar el rendimiento académico,


pronosticar posibilidades de desarrollo y reorientar la metodología, compromete la
realización de:

✓ Dos exámenes escritos parciales (7ª y 12ª semana), enmarcados en las


capacidades conceptuales, procedimentales y actitudinales; pudiendo,
además, contener preguntas tipo desarrollo y situación problema, en las
que prime el empleo de la capacidad reflexiva, la correlación de criterios,
el análisis y el pensamiento lógico.

✓ Un trabajo de investigación monográfica que se valorará en su forma y


contenido.

C. Evaluación Sumativa orientada a comprobar el nivel de desarrollo cognoscitivo,


reflexivo y del pensamiento lógico, para lo cual se aplicará un examen final (16ª
semana), de similar característica empleada en los exámenes parciales.

D. El Promedio General se calculará en concordancia con las disposiciones establecidas


en el Manual de Régimen de Educación de las Escuelas de Formación de la PNP,
conforme se detalla a continuación:

PG = PEP (3) + EO (1) + TA (2) +EF (4)


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PEP = Promedio de Exámenes Parciales
PO = Examen Oral
TA = Trabajo de Investigación Monográfica
EF = Examen Final

VIII. BIBLIOGRAFÍA BÁSICA

Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia de España. (2003). Habilidades Comunicativas en las Lenguas


Extranjeras (Primera ed.). Avila: OMAGRAF.

Seligson, P. (2013). English ID . Oxford: Richmond .

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▪ Vocabulary: Personal information

▪ Social Language. Talk about themselves. Ask for information reciprocally.

▪ Grammar:
Wh- questions
Verb to be

▪ Expansion Activities: Role-play.

▪ Personal Expressions: Expressions for celebrating.

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▪ Vocabulary: Verbs.
▪ Social Language. Talk about actions in progress.

▪ Grammar:
Present continuous.

▪ Expansion Activities:
Dialog ▪ Personal
Expressions:

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Write the -ing form for the following verbs:
clean sit

come dance

cook swim

run lie

write fix

1. Look at the picture. Write sentences about Jane.

1. (have dinner)

________________________________________________________________________

2. (watch television)

________________________________________________________________________

3. (sit on the floor)

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4. (Write a letter)

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________________________________________________________________________

5. (wear a hat)

_____________________________________________________________________________

6. (read a book)

____________________________________________________________________________

7. (play the piano)

____________________________________________________________________________

8. (laugh)

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2. Fill in the blanks below to complete the sentences.

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3. What are they doing? Write sentences.

______________________________________________________________________________

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▪ Vocabulary: Verbs.
▪ Social Language. Talk about actions they are doing.

▪ Grammar:
Present continuous.

▪ Expansion Activities: Communication in Practice

COMMUNICATION PRACTICE

1. Check ( √ ) the sentences that are true for you.

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_____ 1. I’m holding a pen
_____ 1. I’m holding a pen
_____ 2. I’m sitting nex to a woman
_____ 2. I’m sitting nex to a woman
with glasses.
with glasses.
_____ 3. I’m looking out the window.
_____ 3. I’m looking out the window.
_____ 4. I’m wearing comfortable shoes.
_____ 4. I’m wearing comfortable shoes.
_____ 5. I’m wearing a watch.
_____ 5. I’m wearing a watch.
_____ 6. I’m wearing jeans.
_____ 6. I’m wearing jeans.
_____ 7. I’m thinking about the present
_____ 7. I’m thinking about the
progressive.
present progressive.
_____ 8. I’m daydreaming.
_____ 8. I’m daydreaming.

Read your sentences to a partner. Listen to his or her sentences. What are both you
and your partner doing now? Tell the class.

Example:

We are both wearing comfortable shoes.


We are not holding pens.

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▪ Vocabulary:
Verbs – Daily actions.
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▪ Social Language. Mention their daily activities.
▪ Grammar:
Present Simple
▪ Expansion Activities:

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Write the 3rd person singular of the verbs:

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1. I study. He ____________________
2. I fly. He ____________________
3. I finish. She ___________________
4. I go. She ___________________
5. I watch. He ____________________
1. Put the verb into the correct form, positive or negative.

1. Margaret ______________ four languages –English, Japanese, Arabic and Spanish. (speak)
2. I ____________ my job. It’s very boring. (like)
3. “Where is Martín?” I’m sorry. I __________________. (know)
4. Mark is vegetarian. He ________________ meat. (eat)
5. Sue is a very quiet person. She ____________________very much. (talk)
6. Andy ___________________________ a lot of coffee. It’s his favorite drink. ( drink)
7. It’s not true! I _____________________________ it! (believe)
8. That’s is a very beautiful picture. I _____________ it a lot. (like)

2. Study the information and write sentences with like.

1. Ben and Sophie like classical music.


Kate ________________________________________________________________
I _______________________________________________________classical music.
2. Ben and Sophie _______________________________________________________
Kate ________________________________________________________________
I ___________________________________________________________________
3. ____________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________

3. Make questions from these word + do/does. Put the words in the right order.
1. (you /early /always/ get up)
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2. (you /want /what/ for dinner)
______________________________________________________________________
3. (your brother like football)
______________________________________________________________________
4. (what/ you /do/ in your free time)
______________________________________________________________________
4. Describe your typical day.

_______________________________________________________________________

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Vocabulary: Actions.
Social Language: Daily activities.

▪ Grammar:
Present Simple
▪ Expansion Activities: Answer questions about preferences and daily activities using Present
Simple.

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Vocabulary:
Sports and activities.

Social Language. Talk about their abilities.

▪ Grammar:
Can / Can’t

▪ Expansion Activities:

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1. Complete the sentences with can or can’t. Then, match the sentences with the pictures.

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a. He _________ make biscuits………….
b. He _________ play the violin. He ________
play the guitar. …………
c. Mickey _________ make paintings. ……….
d. Bob ______ cook delicious kangreburguers.
……….
e. They _________ cook alone but they ______
cook with their mother. ………..
f. Donald _______ drive a car. …………
g. They _________ swim. ………..
h. He ___________ sing. He has a terrible voice!
i. He _________ speak German. …………

2. Complete these sentences about you. Use


CAN / CAN’T.

a. I __________ read long books.

b. I __________ jump high.

c. I __________ play video games for many hours.

d. I __________ fly.

e. I _________ ride a bicycle.

f. I _________ play the piano.

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Ask and answer: Can you … ?

1. Can you ………………………………………? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

2. Can you ………………………………………? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

3. Can you ………………………………………? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

4. Can you ………………………………………? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

5. Can you Hi ………………………………………? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

6. Can you ………………………………………? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

7. Can you ………………………………………? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

8. Can you ………………………………………? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

9. Can you ………………………………………? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

10. Can you ………………………………………? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

11. Can you ………………………………………? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

Word bank
cook – dance - play the guitar - play the piano - play tennis -
ride a bicycle - ride a horse – sing – skate - skip - speak English - swim

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▪ Vocabulary: Verbs and
sports ▪ Social Language:
▪ Grammar:
Present Simple
Present Continuous

▪ Expansion Activities:

This is Mrs White. She …………… (be) a primary school teacher.

She …………………………… (teach) English, Maths and Geography.

At the moment, she …………………………… (teach) Maths.

She …………………………… (live) in London and ………………… (be)

married to Georges, who is French. They …………………………… (have)

three

children. They all …………………………… (love) animals, but they …………………………… (not have) any

pets because they …………………………… (live) in an apartment. Mrs White ……………………… (speak)

French as well as English, but she …………………………… (not teach) it.

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Mrs White’s niece Sophie …………………………… (stay) with the Whites for a few days.

Sophie …………………………… (live) and …………………………… (study) in Liverpool, but she ………………………………

(enjoy) her mid-term break in London at the moment. She …………………………… (plan) to do some serious

shopping and sightseeing.

Mrs White’s son Arnold …………………………… (not like) shopping, but he

…………………………… (love) hanging out with friends. They

Write the verbs in Present Simple


usually …………………… (go) to the local park where they ………………………
1.- Martin .............................. (wash) his
car every Friday. (play) football or basketball.
2.-Daniel always……………….… .(run)
in the marathon.Today, however, Arnold ……………………………….…. (not play) football or basketball; he
…………………………….. 3.- (Martha …skateboard).………… ……. (not laugh) with my jokes.
4.- Mr White ………………… (work) for a multinational co Lorena often …………..…… (wear)
mpany. He ………………………… (not work) sunglasses.
5.-The baby often today, however, because he ……………………………. (not feel) well.…………...….
(sleep) He phoned in sick.
in the afternoon. 6.-William …… 17.-Blanca ………. ……(visit) her uncle
………….…… (not tidy) his at the weekend.
bedroom. 18.-Today the sun ……………… (shine)
7.-Leonor ……… ……... (help) her father 19.-The wind ……… …………
in the shop.
(blow) at night.
8.-We sometimes … …………. 20.- Lorenzo ……………. (not ride) his
(eat) fish and chips.
horse.
9.-Patricia …… …………………...…..
(not understand) English.
10.-Miriam …..……….…… (clean) the
furniture.
11.-toThat woman ………..………. (go)
shopping on Mondays.
12.-Ralph …………………… …. (have)
a nap after lunch.
13.-My granddad … …….……
(smoke) a pipe.
14.-You ………..……. (watch) television
in the pub. Write the verbs in Present
15.-These men …… ..…… (repair) Continuous
my windows
16.-Josephine never ……….. (do) her 1.-Look! The bus …………….…… (come)
homework.

the football match.


2.-Julia ………..….… (teach) Spanish this 10.-Those cats …..……….... (play) with a ball.
term. 3.-Carol …….…….…(study) French 11.-That bird ………….………. (fly) very high.
right now. 12.-The mechanic ………..….…… (fix) the
4.-The kids …………….…. (sing) a song. cars. 13.-My sister ……………..…… (do) some
5.-We ………………..……..(not surf) in the housework.
web. 6.- Tina ………….……..….. (wear) a 2714. -At the moment it ………..…..……..
(snow)
black dress.
15.-My mother ……………..….. (bake)
7.-My brothers ……………… (sit) on a bench.
biscuits
8.-Barbara …………….………… (go) to school.
16.-The Harrison family ……….……. (enjoy)
9.-Christine ………..…….… (travel) by plane.

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▪ Vocabulary:
Police situations.

▪ Social Language. Ask and answer questions in a Police Interview.


▪ Grammar:
Verb to be in Past.

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▪ Vocabulary: Verbs in Past (Regular and irregular)

▪ Social Language. Describe past events.


▪ Grammar:
Past Simple.

▪ Expansion Activities: Answer questions about past events.

Past Tense
To put something in the past in English, you usually add –ed to the verb.
Examples:
block blocked sign signed walk walked rain
rained stop stopped call called

Irregular verbs are different. You do not add –ed to make the past tense. Irregular
verbs change their forms in many different ways:

run ran see saw have had drive drove


The past of the verb to be has 2 forms of the past. Just memorize this:

was wer
I we e
wasyou you werewere
wereshe they were
was
he
Rewrite the following paragraph. Correct the underlined words to put the paragraph in the past
tense form.
I run the stop sign because the tree is in the way. The tree blocks the sign so I
couldn’t see it. When I see the sign, it is too late. I stop too late.
_____________________________________________________________________
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What to Do If You are In An
When you have an accident:
1. Be calm.
2. Stay away from angry people.
3. Move the cars off of the street (if it is safe to do so).
4. Call the police to make a report. (If there is no problem, don’t call the police.)
If there are serious injuries, call 911 first.
If there are no serious injuries, call the local police.
5. After you call the police, wait.
6. The police will need to see your:
driver’s license
registration
proof of insurance

If the accident involves another car, write down the car’s license plate nu mber.

If there are any witnesses to the accident, ask them for their names and telephone
numbers.
Write them down.

Writing Practice
1. What number do you call if you are in an accident and someone is badly hurt?
_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
______
2. What number do you call if no one is hurt? It is not an emergency.
_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
______

3. Why is it important to write down the names of witnesses?


_______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
_ ______

4. What do you do if the person who hit you is angry?


_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
______

5. Why do accidents happen? Talk with a friend about reasons that accidents happen. Write them
down. (Example: running red lights, drunk driving.
_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
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More Practice with Past Tenses

Regular: Irregular:

walk walked file filed hit hit drive drove


talk talked watch watched run ran see saw try tried do did

Rewrite the following paragraph. Change the underlined words to the past tense.

Yesterday I see a bad accident as I walk home from work. A truck hit a little dog as it run across
the street. I watch the driver as he drive off. He see me and he drive away even faster. He do
not stop. He do not try to help the little dog. He do not talk to the person who is with the dog.
He do not file an accident report. It is a hit-and-run accident. It is very sad. I try to help the
little dog but it is too late.

Adjectives: Words that Describe

Circle the words that describe this car.

NOTE: In English, many words that describe nouns


come in front of the noun (a little, blue car). Or they
come after is, are, was, were. (It was blue and dirty.)

This is my car. It is old, but I still like it.


It
is orange. I wanted a red one, but the price was right on this one.
It’s sort of the color of tomato soup, isn’t it?
It’s a convertible. It is very dependable. It’s a very big car.
That’s fine, except when I try to park it on the street.
Describing an Accident
One day you were driving your
pretty white
car along Smith Street. It is a
one- way
street and you were going
the correct direction.
Suddenly a black car hit you head-
on.
Neither car was going very
fast, so you did
not get injured. But your car
is totaled and his car is a
mess, too.

Richard I. Gotcha was driving


the black car.
His wife, Ono, was with him.
They live at
N. 4th St. in Pasadena.
You called the police right away. While fill out this accident form.
you waited for them to come, you filled
out a form your insurance company gave
you. You filled it out as completely as
possible. Then you referred to it when the
police asked you questions.

Writing Practice

Read about the accident. Then


▪ Vocabulary: Important words (information) to report an accident.

▪ Social Language. Typical phrases we use during an accident.


▪ Grammar:
WAS – WERE

▪ Expansion Activities: Write about an


accident they have seen.

Conversations
Conversation 1

Driver 1: What happened? Why did you run into


me?
Driver 2: I’m sorry. I didn’t see you.
Driver 1: Well you better watch where you’re
going.
Driver 2: Okay. I will.

Conversation 2
Driver 1: You totaled my car!
Driver 2: Look what you did to my car! It was your fault.
Driver 1: No, it was your fault. You ran into me.
Driver 2: That’s because you ran a red light.
Driver 1: I’m sure it was green.
Driver 2: We need to file a report.

Conversation 3

Driver: Hello. I need to report an accident.


Operator: Is anyone injured?
Driver: No, everyone is okay.
Operator: What is your name, please.
Driver: Harry Potter.
Operator: Where did the accident happen?
Driver: At Garvey and Atlantic, in Monterey Park.
Operator: Please wait there. An officer will come to take your report.

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Conversation 4

Driver: I want to report a hit-and-run. Someone ran into my car and then took off.
Operator: Is anyone injured?
Driver: No, no one’s hurt.
Operator: Did you get the license plate number?
Driver: Most of it. 3-E-D-J-4, but I didn’t get the last two numbers. Operator:
Describe the car that hit you, please.
Driver: It’s a black Mustang convertible with a tan roof. It looks like a new car.
Operator: What is your name, address and telephone number?
Driver: My name is .
Operator: Thank you. We’ll send an officer.

Work: Make a dialogue with your partner.

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▪ Vocabulary: Party Items.

▪ Social Language. Describe a party using was and were.


▪ Grammar:
Verb To Be in Past Simple.

▪ Expansion Activities:

Complete the following sentences. Use WAS and WERE

1. I _________________________ hoping for better marks on my


report card.
2. Where __________________ they going to go after the show?
3. I ________________________ worried about my math test.
4. They ____________________ worried about their math test.
5. Where __________________________ Jane yesterday?
6. Where _____________ you yesterday?
7. I ______________________ hoping you would come with me.
8. I think they _______________ hoping to talk to you.
9. There ____________________ students in the classroom until quite
late.

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1. Read the text. Select True or False.

Buckleford was a big industrial town in the early 20th century. There were a lot of
people, stores and factories. The town had five hotels, and on Main Street there
were twelve stores, including a grocery store, a bookstore and three bars. There
weren't many cars, but there were a lot of trolleys, and the downtown area was
busy. Because Buckleford was an industrial town, there was a lot of pollution. But
there was a green space, the Miners Park. And there was culture, too: next to the
park there was a library, and across from the library, a theater. Today Buckleford is
very different. There aren't many factories, and there are fewer people living
downtown. There aren't any hotels, either, and there are only two stores and a bar
on Main Street. Of course there aren't any trolleys anymore, but there is a trolley
museum. Tragically, the old library next to Miners Park is now a parking lot. And
finally, one of the most important changes: the theater is now a supermarket.

T F

1. There was a park in Buckleford, but today there isn't one.

2. In the past, there was a lot of pollution because of the factories.

3. There were twelve bars, but today there are only two.

4. The library is now a supermarket.

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5. There was a trolley museum, but today there isn't one.

Grammar - was/were
1. Complete the sentences with the correct past form of be.

1. How ___________________ the movie?

2. When ___________________ you in Toronto?

3. What time ___________________ your interview?

4. ___________________ you at the bar last night?

5. Where ___________________ the party?

Grammar - Verb be questions


1. Match the parts of the question.

1. Were a. was the party?

2. Weren't there b. was at the party?

3. Was c. she at the barbecue?

4. Who d. any bars downtown?

5. Where e. you at the concert?

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| Grammar - there was/there were
1. Read the sentences. Select True if the words are correct and False if incorrect.

T F

1. No have the Internet when my mom was a child.

2. There were a bathroom in the basement.

3. There weren't any people at the party.

4. There was no hot water.

5. Was there no a table in the dining room?

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▪ Vocabulary: Verbs
▪ Social Language. Talk about future plans.

▪ Grammar: Going to.

▪ Expansion Activities: Describe their plans for the weekend.

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Put the verbs into the correct
form (future I). Use going to.
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you.

5.

7.

9.

1. Read the text. Select True or False.

Madison Gray - Blog of a New Woman


It's New Year's again, time to make new plans! This year I am going to make a lot of
changes in my life. Most people say they are going to exercise more and go to the
gym. I am not going to go to the gym ever again, because I have a plan! Most of my
friends say they are going to look for a job when they graduate from college. I am
not going to look for a job. In fact, I'm going to quit school because I don't want to
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be a dentistI hate teeth! I want to be an explorer and see the world. I'm going to
travel for 12 months. In February I'm going to move out of my apartment and leave
my things with my mom. Then I'm going to take a plane to Quito, and then another
plane to the Galapagos Islands. After that, I don't know. Chile, Argentina ...
Antarctica! I'm having lunch with my friend Eduardo today. He's from Chile. He's
going to tell me about South America. I'm also taking Spanish classes with my
roommate Matilde. But the hard part is going to be tonight: I'm having dinner with
Mom. I'm going to tell her that I'm leaving town! She's not going to be happy, but I'm
going, anyway!

T F

1. Madison is going to go to the gym more.

2. She is studying dentistry.

3. Chile is Madison's first destination.

4. Matilde lives in an apartment with Madison.

5. Eduardo is from Ecuador.

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1. Read the sentences. Select True if the words are correct and False if incorrect.

T F
1. I'm going to buy a new car.

2. They're going work in the USA.

3. What you going to do this weekend?

4. Is he going to get married this year?

5. They not going to start a family this year.

WORK IN PAIR AND COMPLETE THESE CHARTS

What are Jim, Susan and Eve going to do after school? And what
aren't they going to do?
Example:

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JIM
+ WATCH A FILM

- EAT LUNCH
- JIM IS GOING TO WATCH A EAT LUNCH FILM.
- HE ISN´T GOING TO

Jim Susan and Eve


+ see his friends + do some shopping
+ call Susan and Eve + wash their hair
- cook - play computer games
- do housework - visit Jim
Jim .................................................................... Susan and Eve
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What are you going to do tonight? And what aren't you going to
do? Write true answers

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Put the words in the correct order.

1 you / to / tell / him / going / are / ?


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2 going / him / I’m / tell / no, / not / to


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3 later / are / what / do / you / going / to / ?
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4 watch / I’m / a / to / DVD / going
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5 Steve / going / is / to / be / the / barbecue / at / ?
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6 going / to / what / wear / you / are / ?


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7 wear / I’m / jeans / going / a / T-shirt / to / and
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8 late / we / are / going / be / to
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▪ Vocabulary:
Party items
▪ Social Language. Talk about future activities.

▪ Grammar:
Going to (Future)
▪ Expansion Activities:
Mention their future plans in front of the class.

Student A Worksheet: Ask your partner these questions:

What are you going to do this weekend?


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When are you going to go?


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Who is going to go with you?


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What are you going to (do, buy, see)?
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Where are you going to go?
___________________________________________________________________

How are you going to get there? ________________________________________

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PRACTICE THE FOLLOWING DIALOGUE WITH YOUR CLASSMATE

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A: Are you going to the party on Saturday?

B: I was thinking about it. Are you?

A: Yeah, I heard it's going to be a lot of fun.

B: Really? Well, what time does it start?

A: It starts at 8:00 pm, and I really think you should go.

B: Well, who else is going to be there?

A: Everybody from school.

B: How do you know it's going to be so fun?

A: This party is going to have a DJ, food, and drinks.

B: Wow, that does sound like it's going to be fun.

A: So am I going to see you at the party?

B: Yeah, I will be there.

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Vocabulary:

▪ Social Language. Talk about how you get to places.

▪ Grammar: Present tense – Past Simple – Future


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