Link a grupo de amigos

Look at the schedule below and meet the deadlines for submission.

Essay page 66 coursebook Monday 17th September

Essay page 99 coursebook Thursday 4th October

Essay page 50/51 workbook Thursday 18th October

4) Essay.Thursday 25th October

In your English class you have been talking about education in schools in your country. Now, your English teacher has asked you to write an essay. 

Write an essay using all the notes and give reasons for your point of view. Write your essay in 140-190 words

SOME PEOPLE THINK THAT SCHOOL DOES NOT PREPARE STUDENTS ADEQUATELY FOR REAL LIFE.. DO YOU AGREE?

Write about: 1- the content of lessons. 2- social relationships. 3- ........................(your own idea)

5) Essay. Thursday 1st November

In your English class you have been talking about the effects of fame. Now, your English teacher has asked you to write an essay.

Write an essay using all the notes and give reasons for your point of view. Write your essay in 140-190 words.

IS IT BETTER TO BE FAMOUS OR UNKNOWN?

Write about: 1- money. 2- friends. 3- ..............(your own idea)

 

Check the schedule to keep organized

Test 1: Thursday, 12th April

Test 2: Thursdau, 28th May

Test 3: Thursday, 9th August

 

Here are the regulations for students to pass the subject in 2018

 

PAUTAS DE APROBACIÓN DE LA MATERIA INGLÉS

Cada trimestre evaluaremos a nuestros alumnos en los siguientes contenidos nodales:

·        USE OF ENGLISH (gramática y vocabulario).

·        READING COMPREHENSION (comprensión lectora).

·        LISTENING COMPREHENSION (comprensión auditiva).

·        WRITING (escritura)

·        SPEAKING (habilidad comunicativa u oral)

·        ASSIGNMENT

Para aprobar el nodal de ASSIGNMENT deberá cumplir tareas en el aula y en el hogar, participar en clase y contar con el material solicitado por el docente.

 

Los alumnos aprobarán de acuerdo con la siguiente modalidad:

 

·        Cada trimestre, el alumno será evaluado de diversas formas en cada uno de los nodales mencionados. Para aprobar el trimestre deberá obtener una calificación de 6 o mayor en cada uno de los nodales. En caso contrario, la calificación será de 5 o menor en la nota correspondiente al trimestre, aunque sólo quedarán pendientes de aprobación los nodales desaprobados. Los contenidos serán acumulativos, de forma tal que cada evaluación escrita integrará los contenidos trabajados hasta ese momento. En el segundo trimestre evaluaremos los trimestres 1 y 2 y en el tercer trimestre evaluaremos los trimestres 1, 2 & 3.

·        El tercer trimestre se evaluará de la misma forma que los trimestres anteriores. Es decir que el alumno deberá obtener una nota mínima de 6 en cada uno de los nodales. Sin embargo, la calificación final obtenida en cada nodal deberá asimismo promediar 6 con las notas obtenidas en el mismo nodal en los trimestres anteriores.

·        En caso de no lograr la nota que promedie 6 entre los tres trimestres, deberá rendir recuperatorio de los nodales adeudados en instancia únicaantes de finalizar el tercer trimestre.

·        Para aprobar la materia, la nota de este recuperatorio deberá ser la calificación necesaria para obtener un promedio de 6 entre los tres trimestres. De no ser así, continuará el proceso de evaluación en la instancia de diciembre o posteriores

A modo de ejemplo:

Calificación del primer trimestre

Calificación del segundo trimestre

Calificación necesaria en el tercer trimestre

5

(desaprobado el nodal de Use of English)

6

(aprobados todos los nodales)

7

(el alumno debe obtener un promedio de 7 o más en el nodal de Use of English y 6 o más en los demás nodales para aprobar la materia)

En caso de obtener en el nodal adeudado en trimestres anteriores una nota promedio del tercer trimestre menor a 7, el alumno rinde recuperatorio, en el que sigue debiendo obtener una calificación de 7.

I hope you can find useful information and practice here. Please, use the home to get in touch with your teacher! Good luck!!.

Open cloze

PreFCE

Open cloze

  1. The book must………………………..been stolen during the night.
  2. You …………………..pay more attention in class if you expect to understand.
  3. Do you think John ……………………….have told Mary about our plans?
  4. We are ……………………….to get a new car.
  5. They will ………………………..their car repaired instead.
  6. By the …………………………..Jason got married, he had had three girlfriends.
  7. ……………………….the time Luke came, everyone ………………………..gone away.
  8. I’m thinking ………………………taking ……………………..Medicine at university.
  9. We were able to win the boat race in…………………………..of the weather conditions.
  10. Let’s ………………………………on some more staff for the summer.
  11. I won’t put …………………………..with your misbehavior.
  12. How …………………………..have you lived here?
  13. As a child, I …………………………….to stay in bed ………………………….late in the morning.
  14. The man ……………………………….dog is barking has just moved to the area.
  15. Don’t ……………………………..doing that! It’s very rude of you
  16. WE are all very fond…………………………..Lucy. She is a great girl.
  17. This soup is …………………………….tastier than the one my mother cooks.
  18. I have …………………………a terrible headache that I can’t even think.
  19. The headache I have is ………………………….terrible that it is difficult to concentrate.
  20. It is such a nice day …………………………I feel like going out.
  21. I didn’t ………………………………..to phone her because she phoned me first.
  22. She already knew about my birthday so I needn’t ………………………..called her.
  23. We like pizza as ………………………..as pie.
  24. Call me as ………………………….as possible.
  25. Don’t go as …………………………as the river. It’s very dangerous.
  26. We try to get ………………………..well as ………………………..as we can.
  27. We are very excited ……………………………..the news.
  28. When did you learn ………………………….ski?
  29. We are not  ……………………………to talking to strangers. Our mother does not allow that.
  30. I …………………………been ………………………..used to the new schedule but I still have to adjust myself to it.

The file attached contains the grammar and voacbulary you must study and revise for the exam. Check the links below to revise for the exam in December. There is a section for each skill. Do the one/ones necessary.

GRAMMAR

Habitual behaviour

https://elt.oup.com/student/solutions/advanced/grammar/grammar_01_012e?cc=global&selLanguage=en

https://elt.oup.com/student/solutions1stedition/ui_unit_page/unit9/grammar/exercise1?cc=us&selLanguage=en

https://www.autoenglish.org/modalverbs/gr.used.i.htm

Limking words

https://www.espressoenglish.net/linking-words-contrasting-ideas/

https://moroccoenglish.com/2013/03/09/linkers-and-connectors/

Indirect questions

https://www.e-grammar.org/indirect-question/test1-exercise1/

Gerunds and Infinitives

https://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/gerunds-and-infinitives-exercise-1.html

Comparisons

https://www.flo-joe.co.uk/fce/students/strategy/transfrm/compare2.htm

https://www.englishaula.com/en/english-language-training-and-support-documents/sentence-transformation/fce/comparitives-and-superlatives/8-12-4940123544223744/

Modals verbs

https://www.e-grammar.org/modal-verbs-can-may-must/

Would rather/ would prefer

https://www.englishrevealed.co.uk/FCE/fce_grammar/fce_grammar_15.php

Tenses

https://agendaweb.org/verbs/mixed-tenses-worksheets-lessons

READING

https://www.examenglish.com/FCE/fce_reading3.htm

LISTENING

https://www.examenglish.com/FCE/fce_listening.html

WRITING

Writing Guide

CONTENT

 

Is all the content relevant to the task?

Have all the content points been addressed?

Have all the content points been developed?

Has the 3rd idea been included? (Essay)

 

COMMUNICATIVE ACHIEVEMENT

 

Is the FORMAT correct?

Background to the topic- thesis statement- plan (Essay)

Body (content points)

Conclusion – Summary of ideas, opinion, prediction (Essay)

Has the correct REGISTER been used?

Formal – neutral (Essay)

Informal

Colloquial language – contractions

Objective – impersonal language (Essay)

Subjective – personal language

 

ORGANISATION

 

Were ideas generally well organized?

Paragraphs?

Punctuation?

Variety of linking word?

Cohesive devices’

Grammar structures rather than linkers?

Is there a clear ESSAY structure?

 

LANGUAGE

 

Vocabulary

Has every day vocabulary been used appropriately?

Has less common lexis been used occasionally?

Have words been overused?

Grammar

Simple + complex grammar structures with a good degree of control?

Simple grammar?

Do errors impede communication?

 

Length

 

 

 

Try the exercises in Unit 6 and 7 in your coursebook to practise listening. Check your answers with the key below

 

 

 

The link to the kahoot and the word file we worked with in class.

Link to kahoot

https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/cf19f08f-4431-4974-888c-8a0a28db5423

 

CARDS FOR WORD FORMATION

(TURN THE WORDS BELOW INTO THE WORD REQUIRED IN BRACKETS)

 

SPECTATE (NOUN PERSON)

COMPETE (NOUN PERSON AND NOUN)

PATIENCE (ADJECTIVE/NEGATIVE ADJECTIVE)

INVIGILATE (NOUN PERSON)

GYM (NOUN PERSON/DISCIPLINE)

WIN (NOUN PERSON)

HONEST (OPPOSITE/NOUN)

SUCCESS (VERB)

COOK (ADJECTIVE/TOO MUCH)

EXTREME (ADVERB)

PARTICIPATE (NOUN PERSON)

PERFORM (NOUN PERSON/NOUN)

PHYSICAL (ADVERB)

GOVERN (NOUN PERSON/NOUN)

DEPEND (NOUN/OPPOSITE/ADJECTIVE)

APPEAR (NOUN/OPPOSITE)

THICK (NOUN)

SATISFY (NOUN)

DESCRIBE (ADJECTIVE)

ASSIST (NOUN PERSON)

EARLY (SUPERLATIVE)

LONG (COMPARATIVE/NOUN)

COMFORT (ADJECTIVE/OPPOSITE)

INCREASE (ADJECTIVE/ADVERB)

MAGIC (NOUN PERSON)

DISASTER (ADJECTIVE)

FRIGHT (ADJECTIVE)

DISGUST (ADJECTIVE)

ANNOY (ADJECTIVE/NOUN)

 

TRANSFORMATIONS

  1. We enjoy going out but my children don´t. WHEREAS

We enjoy going out …………………………….

  1. The sea wasn´t so dirty some years ago. BE

The sea didn´t ……………………..so dirty some years ago.

  1. How much did they pay you for your work? PAID

How much did you………………………..for your work?

  1. I don´t enjoy coming to the new school yet. USED

I am …………………………………….to the new school.

  1. Penny is usually very enthusiastic. LIKE

It is ………………………….very enthusiastic.

  1. I can´t wait to see the new film. FORWARD

I am really …………………………………the new film.

  1. I have had the intention to call you but I haven´t had time. MEAN

I have …………………………………to call you but I haven´t had time.

  1. Make an effort and get us out of the room. TRY

Please,……………………………….out of the room.

  1. I hate it when I am late. STAND

I ………………………….late.

  1. Chris didn´t use to be so cruel. THAN

Chris is …………………………………….to be.

  1. Your hair is much blonder than mine. NEARLY

Your hair is ………………………………as mine.

  1. I´ve never met anyone more helpful than Jenny. THE

Jenny is ………………………………have ever known.

  1. Winston is surely proud of his promotion. PRIDE

Winston surely ……………………..his promotion.

  1. The film started and then we were allowed to get in. BY

The film had started …………………allowed in.

  1. The teacher made me help my partner. WAS

I ……………………………my partners.

  1. I am not allowed to go out next weekend. LET

My parents ……………………go out next weekend.

  1. Smoking is not allowed here. MUST

You ……………………………………..in here.

 

Follow the instructions in your workbook and submit your answers through the form in the link below

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ts_44OYp1_HSR1-yQ410u5wk13LZ16xTmAYASiSZ73g

Look at the pictures in the link and follow the instructions below to do speaking practice in pairs.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1XwwKEt2HstCGOKOhM7quIfQYy74duGcq?usp=sharing

1) Work in pairs 

2) Look at and compare the pictures (each pair).

3) Imagine what is happening in each situation.

4) Think of ideas containing the following structures: conditionals, passive voice, modals, linkers,etc 

5) Use a wide range of vocabulary related to the topic. (phrasal verbs, expressions, collocations

6) Upload your comments to the file for students´ process.

Do the exercises in your coursebook and submit your answers through the form in the link below

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe-r7vYHQqJZi-v3-1LcGg1dBt4oo9EgtOjIAxEGiLTrCSp9A/viewform

Follow the instructions on page 58 and read the text on page 59. Then submit your answers through the form in the link below.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf4FWOCxdJDUOODnyBtQrw_dE6EZ0bAdT2rZMSPCwddqey8zw/viewform

Hi everyone! Here are the activities for classes July 2nd to July 12th

Please, follow the instructions and meet the deadlines. You will need your CB and WB. See you!

July 2nd

Based on YOLO juliet now work in pairs . Choose another story you know, if possible a classic and turn it into Textspeak.

Once you finish the story, upload it onto the service Your production here, in the right column of our home..

July 5th

Practise Use of English and Reading

Page 42 to 45 CB

Page 52 CB

 

July 12th

Grammar work

Check the grammar on Past Tenses and do the practice

Page 53 and 54 CB

Page 31 and 32 (Language Focus A1,A" and B)

 

 

 

 

Do the exercises in the file attached below and check your answers with the key.

Check your ansers to the reviews in the key below

Key to Review Unit 6 and 7 Ready for First

Page 80-81

Relative Clauses

  1.  Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, was born on March 28th 1986. NON-DEFINING (THE NAME ITSELF DEFINES THE PERSON)
  2. What´s the name of the village where you got married? DEFINING (WHERE CANNOT BE OMITED)
  3. He hasn’t given me back the book that I lent him. DEFINING (THAT CAN BE OMITTED)
  4. She told me that Vasilis had failed his driving test, which didn’t surprise me at all. NON-DEFINING (WHICH REFERS TO THE WHOLE CLAUSE)
  5. That song always reminds me of the time when I was working in Brazil. DEFINING (WHEN CAN BE OMITTED)
  6. He’s the only person in this class whose first name begins with Z. DEFINING (WHOSE CANNOT BE OMITTED)
  7. Emma received a phone call from her Managing Director, who had been impressed by her sales performance. NON-DEFINING (SHE HAS, WE ASSUME, ONLY ON MANAGING DIRECTOR)
  8. Few written records have survived so it is a period of history about which we know very little. DEFINING (WHICH CANNOT BE OMITTED AS IT FOLLOWS A PREPOSITION. –THE SENTENCE COULD BE CHANGED TO: Few written records have survived so it a period of history which we know very little about. In this case WHICH can be omitted)

Vocabulary.

  1. Describing people

Across: 1- unsociable    3- green   6- generous    8- ear    9- in    10- selfish    11- skinny    12- bad    14- pale

Down: 1- un    2- cheerful    4- hair    5- mean    7- sensible    10- slim    11- shy    13- dis

  1. Phrasal verbs
  1. Let down
  2. Told off
  3. Brought up
  4. Looked up
  5. Get on
  6. Fell for
  7. Falling out
  8. Got over

Transformations

  1. put up with
  2. whose example you should
  3. of the most sincere
  4. are having the roof repaired
  5. had his tonsils taken out
  6. to have it done by

Page 98-99

Vocabulary. Shopping

2- range    3- value    4- corner    5- meat    6- out-of-town    7- convenience    8- own brand    9- brand    10- goods

Open cloze

  1. is  
  2. than
  3. to
  4. who
  5. despite
  6. was
  7. for
  8. rather

Transformations

  1. c and e          2) b and d         3) a and f

 

  1. 1- the last time I spoke to

2- first time I have eaten

3- has been playing tennis since

4- ages since he (last) saw

5- haven’t been swimming for

6-biggest supermarket I have (ever)

 

 

 

 

Follow the instructions in your books and submit your answers through the form in the link below.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdRh8jGcBQCPmFFJEjERPE_v3G-SustMZxiR9AGYrWH7T1K8A/viewform

DEADLINE: Tuesday 25th September (Gestion)

                    Wednesday 3rd October (Construcciones)

Speaking

Lucas J [+]

Speaking

Facundo X and Luciana R [+]

Speaking FCE pictures

EZEQUIEL GIDEKEL Y OCTAVIO CATTANEO [+]

Speaking pre fce

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AYvEx5DCgzdhzQouXYnS2ErqAN5eZcuxPG12VT505p4/edit [+]

Speaking Practice

Camila N, Lara S and Iael W [+]

Follow the instructions in your book and submit your answers through the form in the link below.

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeWoaTB74GLuGjbg-fS4PqSMi6Wm4EMUbaRSCfX1e1O6GIKEQ/viewform

 

This is a text you have to read within the next two weeks, so as to be ready for a class assignment on the 2nd of July. I hope you enjoy it!

Follow the instructions in your book and submit your answers through the form in the link below.

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdiPSTsPpY22YgPxzAK8lJpZizdLETIxSRzNzPUWp9DFKRkSg/viewform

DEADLINE: Thursday 21st June

Do the activities in your book and submit your answers through the form in the link below

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeCXtnIX8BqYBGGPeayJHCWWJlLcNzZaFH41oU2fD8THl9rbg/viewform

DEADLINE: Thursday, 3rd May

 

Follow the instructions in the Word file and submit your answers through the form in the link below

DEALINE: April 9th

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdXCp1nynQ4YNqtUtLwF9N-umCDKQNBs2mLbydUsr3_MiEH4g/viewform