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SUMMIT 1

UNIT 1
• Think and explain ( read the
conversation and explain the meaning of
each statement)
• Compare and contrast discus the
quetion

SOUND BITES
PA G E 3
• Notice the use of forget, stop, remember + an infinitive
or an gerund. (they are different).
• Discuss the question

GRAMMAR
SNAPSHOT
PA G E 4
Gerunds and infinitives: changes in meaning

GRAMMAR
PA G E 5
GERUNDS AND INFINITIVE: CHANGES
IN MEANING
Begin enjoying the simple thing in life.
Some verbs are followed by Begin to enjoy the simple thing in life.
either a gerund or an
infinitive with no change in
meaning, for example:
Love, hate, can´t stand, like, Some verb change meaning,
prefer, begin, start, continue. depending on the weather they are
followed by a gerund or an
infinitive.
Remember + infinitive = remember to do something.
Remember to make time for the important people in your life.

Remember + gerund = remember something that happened in the past.


I remember having more time for myself.

Grammar practice: page 5


WRITE A LIST OF SUGGESTION FOR
W H AT S O M E O N E C A N D O T O E N J O Y L I F E
M O R E . U S E R E M E M B E R , F O R G E T, S T O P

NOTE PADDING
Act the conversation

CONVERSATION
SNAPSHOT
PA G E 6
Personality type

VOCABUL ARY
PA G E 6
Correction

LISTENING
PA G E 6
Classifying by positive and negative meaning

WORD SKILL
PA G E 7
homework

ASSOCIATE
WORDS AND
IDEA
PA G E 7
Read

READING
PA G E 8
• Relate to personal experience
• Identity supporting details

DISCUSSION
PA G E 8
Discussion: in your opinion. How
important is your perspective on life?
- Do you think it´s better to be
optimistic, pessimistic, or in the
middle?

FRAME YOUR
IDEAS
PA G E 9
Correction in group

LISTENING
PA G E 1 0
Answer the question in that page

NOTE PADDING
PA G E 1 1
WRITING
PA G E 1 2
PARAGRAPH STRUCTURE

A paragraph consists of sentences the concluding sentences are


about one topic. The most the sentences that conclude the
important sentences in a paragraph, and often incluses
paragraph is the topic sentences. It phrases like in conclusion or in
is usually the first sentences, and it summary be cause they resume
introduces the topic of a the topic sentence.
paragraph.

the supporting sentences are


the sentences that follow the
topic sentences.
EXAMPLE

Topic sentences

Supporting sentences

Concluding sentences
UNIT 2

MUSIC MOOD
• Think and explain ( read the
conversation and explain the meaning of
each statement)

SOUND BITES
PA G E 1 5
Act the conversation

CONVERSATION
SNAPSHOT
PA G E 1 6
Element of music

VOCABUL ARY
PA G E 1 6
Present perfect and the
present perfect continuous

GRAMMAR
PA G E 1 6
Act the conversation

CONVERSATION
SNAPSHOT
PA G E 1 8
THE PRESENT PERFECT AND PRESENT
PERFECT CONTINUOUS: FINISHED AND
UNFINISH ACTION.
Finish action Phrases used with present perfect
Use the present perfect o Already
when an action is o Ever
completed ate an o Never
unspecific time in the past o Yet
( remember if an action o Once
start and finish in the past o Twice
is simple past ) o Three time
I´ve already heard that CD. Present perfect o How many…?
I heard it yesterday. Simple past
Very recently finished action Unfinished or continuing action
The present perfect Use the present perfect or
continuous is preferred present perfect continuous to
to describe very recently describe actions that began in the
complete action when past, continue into the present,
results can still be seen. and may continue into the future.

They´ve been practicing. Have you listened to any jazz lately? Or


I see putting their instruments away. Have you been listening to any jazz lately?

Grammar practice page 17


GRAMMAR
PA G E 1 8
NOUN CLAUSE
The words in bold are
A noun clause is
all nouns. This shows that
a clause that plays the
shaded clauses in the first
role of a noun.
three examples are
I like what I see. I like cakes. functioning as nouns, making
I know that the tide is turning. I know London. them noun clauses

In a sentence, a noun clause Like any noun, a noun


will be a dependent clause. clause can be a subject,
In other words, a noun an object, or
clause does not stand alone a complement.
as a complete thought
Grammar practice page 19
Describing creative personalities

VOCABUL ARY
PA G E 2 0
Read

READING
PA G E 2 0
Frame your idea

DISCUSSION
PA G E 2 1
GRAMMAR
PA G E 1 8
NOUN CLAUSE
The words in bold are
A noun clause is
all nouns. This shows that
a clause that plays the
shaded clauses in the first
role of a noun.
three examples are
I like what I see. I like cakes. functioning as nouns, making
I know that the tide is turning. I know London. them noun clauses

In a sentence, a noun clause Like any noun, a noun


will be a dependent clause. clause can be a subject,
In other words, a noun an object, or
clause does not stand alone a complement.
as a complete thought
Grammar practice page 19
Describing creative personalities

VOCABUL ARY
PA G E 2 0
Read

READING
PA G E 2 0
Frame your idea

DISCUSSION
PA G E 2 1
Correction in group

LISTENING
A AND B
PA G E 3 2
WORD SKILL
PRACTICE
PA G E 2 3
WRITING
PA G E 2 4
EXTRA FROM UNIT 1 / 2
Extra unit 1
Write a paragraph about the personality type you
chose. Make sure all the supporting sentences relate to
the topic, and end with a concluding sentences.

Extra unit 2
Write a paragraph describing yourself. Make sure tu
use a parallel structure. ( all the words, phases and
clauses should be in the same form.)
UNIT 3

M O N E Y M AT T E R
Act the conversation

CONVERSATION
SNAPSHOT
PA G E 3 0
Expressing Buyer´s remorse

VOCABUL ARY
PA G E 3 0
Correction

LISTENING
PA G E 3 0
The past unreal conditional:
inverted form

GRAMMAR
PA G E 3 1
PAST UNREAL CONDITIONAL
Past unreal conditionals can
be stated without if. Invert
had and the subject.

If I had know it would take up so much room, I wouldn´t have bought it.

Had I known it would take up so much room, I wouldn´t have bought it.

I might have gotten another brand If I had realized it would be so hard to operate.

I might have gotten another brand I had realized it would be so hard to operate.
If we hadn´t been so busy, we could have shopped around.

Had we not been so busy, we could have shopped around

If I´d been told they wouldn´t operate without batteries, I would never have
considered getting them.

Had I been told they wouldn´t operate without batteries, I would never have
considered getting them.

Use the past unreal conditional


to describe unreal or untrue
conditional and results. Grammar practice page 31
Homework

INTEGRATE
PRACTICE
PA G E 3 1
Complete the question and then improvise and expo.

NOTE PADDING
PA G E 3 1
Correction in pair

LISTENING
A AND B
PA G E 3 2
• Listen to the conversation
• Lets discussion the question with a partner

DRAW A
CONCLUSION
PA G E 3 2
Listen and repeat

VOCABUL ARY
PA G E 3 2
VOCABUL ARY
PRACTICE
PA G E 3 2
Expo

SUMMARIZE
D E S C R I B E YO U R S P E N D I N G H A B I T S
Listen and repeat

VOCABUL ARY
PA G E 3 4
read

READING
PA G E 3 4
TA L K A B O U T T H E
PEOPLE OR
O R G A N I Z AT I O N
T H AT Y O U W O U L D
D O N AT E M O N E Y.
DISCUSSION
WRITING
PA G E 3 6
SEQUENCING EVENT
When writing a paragraph, the Time order words are used
sentences need to be logically to clarify the order of events
organized. in someone’s life, to present
the step in a process, or to
Special time order words and give instruction.
expressions help make sequence
clear:
• First • Second • Next • After
first of all Third Then Afterwards
to begin with Following that After that

• Finally
Lastly
In the end
HOMEWORK
• Story comprehension essay
• Listening listen and complete
• Reading read
• Conversation read, understand and learn
• Discussion study so you know what to answer
• Photo story read and listen, and prepaid for questions
EXTRA UNIT 3

• Explain your financial goal. Use time order words and


expressions to organize the sequence of goal or step.
Remember to write a topic sentences.