Date : from 14th to 20th August 2020
Time : until 12:00 noon
TITLES/ TOPICS SPEAKING GRAMMAR
UNIT 6 PAGES 36-41
My sister works downtown? - Transportation; family relationships; daily routine; days of the week.
- Asking for and giving information about how people go to work or school; talking about family members ; describing dayly and weekly routines.
- Simple present statements with regular and irregular verbs; simple present yes/ no questions; time expressions; early/late/every day , on sundays, weekends, weekdays.
My sister works downtown. SNAPSHOT Listen and practice. Transporlalion in [he U.S. I 1. drive take me tran '3. take the bus 4. take the subway 6. ride a bike 7. take a taxi/cob "8. ride o motorcyde Check V} the kinds of transportation you use. Whot ore some other kinds of transportation? The kind of transportation that I use are .
The kind of transportation that I use are ……………
CONVERSATION Nice car! Listen and practice. Ashley: Nice car, Jason! Is it yours? Jason: No, it's my sister's. She has a new job, and she drives to work. Ashley: Is herjob here in the suburbs? Jason: No, it's downtown. Ashley: My parents work downtown, but they don't drive to work. They use public transportation. Jason: The bus or the train? Ashley: The train doesn't stop near our house, so they take the bus.
WORD POWER Family A PAIR WORK Complete the sentences about the Carter family. Then listen and check your answers. I. Anne is Paul's ., wife. 2. Jason and Emily are their 3. Paul is Anne's 4. Jason is Anne's 5. Emily is Paul's 6. Jason is Emily's 7. Emily is Jason's Paul and Anne are Jason's 8. kids = children mom = mother dad = father B PAIR WORK Who are the people in your family? What are their names? "My mother's name is Angela. My brothers' names are David and Daniel." Paul husband Anne wife father mother (parents) son daughter (children) I brother Jason sister Emily
GRAMMAR FOCUS I walk to school. You ride your bike to school. He works near here. She takes the bus to work. We live with our parents. They use public transportation. far from here. I don't live near here. You don't live He doesn't work downtown, She doesn't drive to work. alone. We don't live They don't need a car. A Paul Carter is talking about his family. Complete the sentences with the correct verb forms. Then compare with a partner. (live / lives) in the suburbs. My wife and I live 1. My family and I (walk / walks) (work / works) near here, so we (work / works) downtown, to work. Our daughter Emily (drive / drives) to work. Our son so she (ride / rides) his bike to school. (don't / doesn't) drive. He (live / lives) in the city. My mother 2. My parents (take / takes) a train to work. My father is retired, (don't / doesn't) work now. He also so he (don't / doesn't) (use / uses) public transportation, so they eed a car. don't — do not doesn't = does not verb endings: he, she, it walk walks r i rides study studies watch watches
Simp e present statements with irregular verbs t/ you/we/they I have a bike, We do our homework every day. My parents go to work by bus. he/she/it My father has a car. My mother does a lot of work at home. The bus goes downtown. B Ashley is talking about her family and her friend Jason. Complete the sentences. Then compare with a partner. have (have / has) a house in the suburbs. My mom 1. My parents and dad busy, so I (go / goes) downtown to work. My parents are very (do / does) a lot of work at home. (have / has) an apartment in 2. My brother doesn't live with us. He (do / does) (go / goes) to school all day, and he the city. He his homework at night. (have / has) a new friend, His name is Jason. We (do / does) (go / goes) to the same school, and sometimes we our homework together.
PRONUNCIATION Third-person singular -s endings Listen and practice. Notice the pronunciation of the -s endings. s=/s/ take takes sleep sleeps s=/z/ drive drives study studies (e)s =/IZ/ dance dances watch watches irregular do does have has CONVERSATION lgetupatnoon. Listen and practice. Jack: Amy: Jack: Amy: Jack: Amy: Jack: Amy: Let's go to the park on Sunday. 0K, but let's go in the afternoon. I sleep late on weekends. What time do you get up on Sundays? At ten o'clock. Oh, that's early. On Sundays, I get up at noon. Really? Do you eat breakfast then? Sure. I have breakfast every day. Then let's meet at this restaurant at one o'clock. They serve breakfast all day! Susan's
GRAMMAR FOCUS Simp e present questions - Do you get up early? No, I get up late. Does he eat lunch at noon? No, he eats lunch at one o'clock. DO they take the bus to class? No, they take the subway. What time do you get up? At ten o'clock. What time does he have dinner? At eight o'clock. When do they take the subway? On Tuesdays and Thursdays. A Complete the questions with do or does. you get up early on weekdays? Do you go home on Fridays? 2. What time your father work on weekends? 3. your mother cook every day? 4. your parents read in the evening? 5. your parents shop? When 6. you check your email at night? 7. you have dinner? What time 8. you study? When 9. your best friend drive to class? 10. your father get up? What time II. time expressions early late every day at 9:00 at noon / midnight at night in the morning in the afternoon in the evening on Sundays on weekdays on weekends
C Unscramble the questions to complete the conversations. Then ask a partner the questions, Answer with your own information. 1. A: Do.youche,ck your eman every day. you / every day / check your email / do B: Yes, I check my email every day. you / what time / lunch / do / eat B: At 1:00 P.M. at / start / does / eight o'clock / this class B: B: B: No, this class starts at nine o'clock. study / you / English / do / when I study English in the evening. 7 on weekends / you and your friends / do / play sports Yes, we play soccer on Saturdays.
MY ROUTINE A What do you do every week? Write things in the chart. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday B GROUP WORK Discuss your weekly routines. Ask and answer questions. A: I go to bed late on Fridays. B: What do you do on Friday nights? A: I see my friends. We watch television or play video games. C: On Fridays, I study in the evening. I see my friends on the weekend.
READING Intervievvs What's your schedule like? at the and Student reporter 'Mike Starr talks people on the street about their schedules. Brittany Davis What's your schedule like? Brittany: My classes start at S:CN) A.M.. so I get up at 7 and take the bus to school. MS: When do your classes end ? SD: They end at noon. Then I have a job at the library. M S: so when do you study? BO: My only time to study is in the evening, fronl eight until midnight. Maya Choo Justin Reid City Tour Guide What's your schedule Justin: I get up at 6: 15 A.M. and start work at MS: And what do you do before work? JR: I go for a run at 6:30 A.M. and then I have breakfast at MS: And arter work? JR: I finish at and I have dinner dovvntown. M S: Do you work every day? JR: NO. work on Fridays. Saturdays, and Sundays. 'Viike: What •s your schedule like? Maya: A•Vell. work at night- I go to work at I O:CV-) PM. and I play until MS: What do you do arter work? MC: I have dinner at 3:30 oc Then take a taxi home. MS: What tirue do you go to bed ? MC: I go to bed at in the
A Read the article. Then number the activities each person's schedule frorn to S. 3 2 5 4 Brittany Davis a. She goes to class. b. She takes the bus. c. She w•orks. She studies. e. She gets up. b. Justin Reid He has breakfast. He starts He eats dinner. He gets up. He goes for a run. b. Maya Choo She has dinner. She finishes She goes to bed. She goes to work. She goes horne. B Write fi ve sentences about your schedule. Are you an "early bird" or a "night Compare a partner.