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RELATIVE CLAUSES (B1.2)

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FORMAL EMAIL /LETTERS OF COMPLAINT (B1.2)

HAVE YOU EVER WRITTEN AN EMAIL OF COMPLAINT?

DO YOU USE FORMAL OR INFORMAL LANGUAGE?

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FORMAL EMAILS OF COMPLAINT

B1.2 WEEK 22nd -24th APRIL (WORKING ONLINE) (B1.2)

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  • VIRTUAL CLASS on ZOOM

         ON WEDNESDAY 22nd APRIL at 10.15 & at 12.30

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         ON FRIDAY  24th APRIL at 10.15 & at 12.30

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          (ID Nº + PASSWORD EMAILED TO YOU)

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  • SECOND READER (work)

FLIPGRID (DEADLINE SUNDAY  26th APRIL  (https://flipgrid.com/54b729f9)          Captura de pantalla 2020-04-22 a las 13.56.48.png

WRITTEN MEDIATION TASK ONLINE WEDNESDAY  29th APRIL (after the video call)

  • TEST UNIT 7 (OPTIONAL)(WORKING ON WED & FRI)

           CLICK ON SOCRATIVE

           STUDENT LOGIN

           ROOM NAME: MCARGOBE

           ENTER YOUR NAME & DONE   (ANSWER REVISION UNIT 7 B1.2)

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  • THE RIGHT JOB FOR YOU (page 128)

          VOCABULARY (WORK) a+b+c+d (page 128)+ PRONUNCIATION

KEY a

VOCABULARY NOTES 1

VOCABULARY NOTES 2

KEY d

          LET´S TALK ABOUT JOBS (BLOG POST) (OPTIONAL)

 

  •  GRAMMAR: INFINITIVE & GERUND (page 129) +218)

KEY page 129 a

KEY page 218 d

KEY page 218

          WHEEL OF INFINITIVES & GERUNDS (BLOG POST) (OPTIONAL)

  •   WRITING: A COVERING EMAIL (APPLICATION) (page 193)

Do exercises a+b   KEY

  •   READING a+b (page 130)

KEY a

KEY b

  •   LISTENING: b+e+f  (page 131)

KEY b

KEY e

KEY f

 

  •   SPEAKING: MONOLOGUE (JOBS & WORK)

Flipgrid:https://flipgrid.com/32c6b1aa

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  • WRITING: A COVERING EMAIL

WRITE A FORMAL COVERING EMAIL or EMAIL OF APPLICATION) TO APPLY FOR A

JOB AT THE NEXT WORLD ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS. (120-140 words),.

FOLLOW THE TIPS ON PAGE 193. & USE GOOGLE DOCS

A COVERING LETTER / EMAIL (EXTRA HELP)

        DEADLINE : MONDAY 27th APRIL

 

WHEEL OF INFINITIVES & GERUNDS (B1.2)

SPIN THE WHEEL BY CLICKING AT THE PICTURE AND PRACTISE: WHAT´S THE CORRECT FORM, INFINITIVE OR GERUND?

CHECK YOUR ANSWERS ON PAGE 218

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LET´S TALK ABOUT JOBS (B1.2)

LISTEN TO THIS SONG.

IT´S ABOUT A PIANO MAN, A PIANIST, A MUSICIAN. WHAT OTHER JOBS CAN YOU NAME IN ENGLISH?

TRY THIS LINK

YOU CAN START REVIEWING THE VOCABULARY ABOUT WORK  ON PAGE 235

FREE OXFORD GRADED READERS (B1.2)

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TO SUPPORT TEACHERS, PARENTS  AND LEARNERS DURING CORONAVIRUS OXFORD HAS LAUNCHED A SPECIAL OFFER: FREE access to 148 Graded Readers until 30 Jun 2020

Reading in English is one of the most effective ways to improve language skills and if you’re currently studying at home, we’d like to offer you 148 Graded Readers e-books on the Oxford Learner’s Bookshelf for free, until 30 June 2020.

The books are for different levels, ages and interests. You can track the number of books you’ve read, how long you’ve been reading, the number of words you have read and the CEFR levels, all in the Reading Diary. You can also download and share your Reading Certificate.

You can read the books on the web, and download them onto your computer, iPad or Android device.

How to access the free offer

1. Sign in to www.oxfordlearnersbookshelf.com

2. You will see a popup with the offer of the free Readers

3. Click ‘Add to bookshelf’

Please note: if you choose ‘No thanks’ by mistake, go to www.oxfordlearnersbookshelf.com and sign in with your Oxford ID. You might need to clear your browser cache, and sign in again. You will see the message again.

I  hope you enjoy reading your way to better English!

B1.2 EASTER HOMEWORK (B1.2)

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2nd BOOK (FINISHED READING?)

WRITING

  • YOU WANT TO RENT YOUR OWN HOUSE / FLAT FOR HOLIDAYS.
  • WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR HOUSE OR FLAT FOR THE WEBSITE HomeRent.com
  • PLAN WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO SAY, DIVIDING THE INFORMATION INTO PARAGRAPHS, AS YOU CAN SEE IN THE MODELS & EXERCISE d (page 192)
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  • DEADLINE:22nd APRIL 2020 

HOW TO CREATE A GOOGLE DOCS

FLIPGRID : YOUR HOUSE, YOUR KINGDOM

  • DO A FLIPGRID .SPEAK FOR 3 MINUTES:

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https://flipgrid.com/17c88205

WORK VOCABULARY (page 235)

VOCABULARY NOTES 1

VOCABULARY NOTES 2

KEY 8.2

KEY 8.3

KEY 8.4

 

THIRD CONDITIONAL (OPTIONAL)

  • WATCH THE VIDEO

  • DO THE EXERCISES on page 220
  • CHECK WITH THE KEY

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CONVERSATION GAMBITS (CURSO FORMATIVO) (B1.2)

VIRTUAL CONVERSATION GAMBITS  CLASS on zoom

ON WEDNESDAY 8th APRIL at 9.00

ID NUMBER: 349-711-9622

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/3497119622

 

SPAIN IS A RICH COUNTRY IN TRADITIONS AND RELIGIOUS CELEBRATIONS: PROCESSIONS (PARADES) NOT EATING MEAT, SPECIAL FOOD & SWEETS..etc

  • DO YOU LIKE EASTER?
  • WHAT IS NOT EATEN ON GOOD FRIDAY?
  • WHAT IS POPULAR TO EAT?
  • WHAT ARE THE “TORRIJAS”? ETC….
  • WHAT WAS “EASTER” LIKE WHEN YOU WERE A CHILD?
  • WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS FOR NEXT EASTER? WHY IS IT GOING TO BE MEMORABLE?
  • WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WHEN THE LOCKDOWN IS LIFTED?

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WHAT TO EAT AT EASTER?

 

B1.2 WEEK 6th-8th APRIL (WORKING ONLINE) (B1.2)

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  • VIRTUAL CLASS on zoom Captura de pantalla 2020-03-28 a las 15.16.50

    ON MON. 6th APRIL at 10.15(ID Nº = 788-971-883)

                                               at 12.30 (ID Nº =144-170-714)

 

  • ON WED. 8th APRIL at 10.15(ID Nº = 349-711-9622)

         https://us04web.zoom.us/j/3497119622

 

                                               at 12.30 (ID Nº =349-711-9622)

         https://us04web.zoom.us/j/3497119622

 

SORRY THAT THIS SESSION (12.30)  FINISHED BEFORE I COULD SAY GOODBYE

TRY TO ENJOY YOUR EASTER CONFINEMENT AND DON´T FORGET YOUR ENGLISH

  • SPEAKING ( GIVING YOUR OPINION page 113) (VIRTUAL CLASS)

  • ORAL GRAMMAR PRACTICE (1ST CONDITIONAL & FUTURE TIME CLAUSES) (VIRTUAL CLASS)

  • POWTOON CONDITIONAL SENTENCES : 1ST & 2ND    (CLICK ON THE PICTURE BELOW TO SEE THE ACTIVE PRESENTATION)

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  • BLOG POST: STILL LIVING AT HOME?  (OPTIONAL)

  • GRAMMAR (page 217): SECOND CONDITIONALS

GRAMMAR KEY (PAGE 217)

  • HOUSES: VOCABULARY BANK (page 234) Listen to your CD ROM to check the correct answers

KEY VOCABULARY 7.17

KEY VOCABULARY 7.18

KEY VOCABULARY 7.19

  • LISTENING (page 116 /117) exercises. d +e+f

KEY d

KEY e

KEY f

  • WRITING: DESCRIBING A HOUSE or a FLAT (page 192) exercises a+b+c (Don´t do the writing)

KEY WRITING

  • EASTER HOMEWORK B1.2 (IT WILL APPEAR IN A DIFFERENT POST)

STILL LIVING AT HOME? (B1.2)

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LOOK AT THE PICTURE & TRY TO DESCRIBE WHAT´S GOING ON.

DO YOU THINK HE WOULD LIKE TO LEAVE HOME?

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES & DISADVANTAGES OF LIVING WITH YOUR PARENTS?

DO YOU THINK THAT IF HE HAD ENOUGH MONEY, HE WOULD MOVE OUT?

You can review vocabulary for houses on page 

The second conditional page 

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