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Fundación de la Universidad Pedagógica Nacional

Diplomado de Inglés como Segunda Lengua


Marcala, La Paz

Instructor: Ebelina Skarle Arteaga Martinez Level: Fifth


Day: Saturday Time: 12.30 – 5.30
Date: May 12 to July 14 , 2018
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Lesson Plan
Objective:
 To review the uses of present simple.
 To review the form of present simple.
 To contrast present simple and present continues.
Contents Activities
 Unit 1 –  Introduction – take a questionnaire and discuss
My life results.
 Study uses of the present simple.
 Study present simple forms.
 Listening activity – lifestyles of famous people.
 Review and contrast present simple and present
continues.
 Complete rules about the form of the present
continuous.
 Pair work – Interview to famous musician.
 Unit 2 –  Reading activity – identify the topic of a magazine
Americ article.
an  Speaking activity – Practice interjections
Dreams
 Introduction – scan a brochure extract to check
predictions.
 Use adjectives in free discussion about immigration.
 Study the past simple.
 Practice writing past simple verbs in a personal
context.
 Study-adjective-noun pairs related to characteristics.
 Study concept and uses of used to.
 Pair work – interview classmates.
 Reading activity - Scan an informal letter to check
predictions.
Assessment
 Role play a guided dialogue about a trip to the USA.
 Use adjectives to characterize people.
 Write an informal letter to a long-lost friend or relative. Present it to
the class.
 Review 1
 Test

Materials
 Student book
 Teachers book
 CD’s

Lesson Plan
Objective:
 To review present perfect simple vs past simple.
 To review present perfect simple vs continuous.
 To use linkers.
Contents Activities
 Unit 3 –  Introduction – Recalls details as a memory test.
Eyewitnes  Identify modal verbs. (can and could)
s  Identify uses of modals.
 Formulate rules about using modals.
 Listen to identify stressed and unstressed words.
 Practice stressed and unstressed modals.
 Pair work - Complete and answer a questionnaire;
interview other students; report results.
 Listen activity - Predict a story from pictures and
phrases and listen to check.
 Study uses of past continues.
 Writing activity – write a newspaper report of a crime
incident.

 Unit 4 -  Introduction – scan a magazine article about a year


A year off. Close read for specific information.
off  Study uses of the present perfect simple and contrast
with the past simple.
 Contrast the use of the present perfect simple and
continuous tenses.
 Reading activity – real a travel journal.
 Study linkers used for sequencing a story.
Assessment
 Pair work – role play police interviews with eyewitnesses of a
mugging and a road incident.
 Review 2
 Test 2

Materials
 Student book
 Teachers book
 CD’s

Lesson Plan
Objective:
 To review uses of must, mustn’t, don’t need to
 To review uses of going to and the present continuous.
 To study use of less and least.
 To discuss meals from around the world.
 To study quantity expressions.
 To study quantifiers and countable and uncountable nouns.
 To use of no and none.
Contents Activities
 Unit – 5  Introduction – Talk about part-time jobs. And scan job
Part ads for information.
Time  Review uses and form of must, mustn’t, don’t need to.
 Review uses and form of going to and the present
continuous tense.
 Discuss interviews and make predictions, scan three
job ads to check.
 Study form of question tags.
 Unit – 6
food  Introduction - Read about content of a magazine
for article on fast-food eating habits; skim-read to check.
though  Review formation of comparatives and superlatives.
t  Study use of less and least.
 Discuss meals from around the world.
 Study quantity expressions.
 Study quantifiers and countable and uncountable
nouns.
 Study use of no and none.
 Discuss cooking experiences, identify elements of a
recipe.
Assessment
 Cooking day, present a recipe.
 Review 3
 Test 3

Materials
 Student book
 Teachers book
 CD’s

Lesson Plan
Objective:
 To study language used for making predictions.
 To complete rules about the form of first conditional sentences.
 To locate expressions for giving opinions.
 To analyze meanings of modals in context.
 To study phrases used to express comparisons.
 To complete rules about comparative structures.
Contents Activities
 Unit – 7  Introduction – skim-read a magazine article about
Talking global warming.
issues  Close-read the magazine article for detail.
 Study language used for making predictions.
 Complete rules about the form of first conditional.
 Complete rules about first conditional sentences.
 Read a political speech for general information.
 Locate expressions for giving opinions.
 Unit – 8
City  Introduction – skim – read guidebook extracts for gist.
creatur  Analyze meanings of modals in context.
es  Study form of modal verbs.
 Study adjectives related to lifestyles and locations.
 Study phrases used to express comparisons.
 Complete rules about comparative structures.
 Discuss tourist information leaflet for topics.
 Study expressions related to tourist information.
Assessment
 Review 4
 Test 4
Materials
 Student book
 Teachers book
 CD’s