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Gobierno del Estado de BCS

Secretaria de Educación Pública


Dirección General de Educación Básica
Programa Nacional de Inglés en Educación Básica
School: Cycle: 4 Grade: 1° Groups:
Teacher:
Social Practice of the language: : understand and produce oral exchanges related to leisure situations Date: From: To:
Social learning environment: : familiar and community Unit: 4 Lesson plan:
Specific Competency: : Exchange likes and dislikes in a dialogue
Product 1: interview

Procedure Materials
Knowing about the
Stages of the product Doing with the language Time (Didactic and teaching &
language
strategies) Assessments
– Select a leisure activity. Listen and check likes and • Context clues.
dislikes about leisure • Speech register.
activities.
• Observe and
comprehend non-verbal
communication.

– Decide time, place, and • Topic, purpose and


length of the interview. intended audience.

– Structure questions about • Recognize situations in • Structure of dialogues:


likes and dislikes. which likes and dislikes are opening, body and closure.
shared. • Acoustic features.
• Sentence types.

– Check that the questions • Identify topic, purpose • Repertoire of words


are appropriate regarding and intended audience. necessary for this social practice
the topic, the purpose and • Identify leisure activities of the language.
intended audience. by name. • Connectors.
Understand the general meaning • Question tags.
and main ideas in a dialogue.
• Anticipate the general
meaning.
• Identify and compare
forms for expressing likes and
dislikes.
• Establish sequence of
statements.
• Identify words used to
link ideas.
• Recognize behavior
adopted by speakers to clarify
and confirm
comprehension.
• Identify speech register.
– Invite the person or Express likes and dislikes in a • Syntactic particularities
classmates to be dialogue. of the English language:
interviewed. • Write sentences. sentences using “like”,
– Assign the roles • Organize sentences in a stranded prepositions (e.g., The
of interviewer and sequence. man I talked to).
interviewee. • Include details in main
ideas.
• Express points of view
in favor and against.

– Practice the formulation • Use linguistic resources • Syntactic differences


of questions and their to confirm comprehension. between British and American
answers. • Use non-verbal varieties: collective
language. nouns concordance.
• Recognize the
appropriate time to interrupt a
speaker.
• Practice and follow
rhythm, speed and
pronunciation.
– Carry out the interview. • Start a dialogue to
express likes and dislikes about
leisure activities.
Being through the language: Achievements:
• Use language to Exchange common interests. • Recognizes the speakers and listeners behavior that supports the construction of meaning.
• Promote interpersonal relationships. • Requests clarifications.
• Writes sentences.
• Formulates questions to clarify doubts.
• Anticipates the general meaning to start a dialogue.

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