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UNIT 1: “REMEMBERING PAST EVENTS”

CARLOS ANDRÉS CUZ

CARLOS ANDRÉS COMBITA

UNIVERSIDAD PEDAGÓGICA Y TECNOLÓGICA DE COLOMBIA

ESCUELA DE CIENCIAS HUMANÍSTICAS Y DE EDUCACIÓN

LICENCIATURA EN EDUCACIÓN BÁSICA CON ÉNFASIS EN MATEMÁTICAS,

HUMANIDADES Y LENGUA CASTELLANA

CREAD - BOGOTÁ

2020
UNIT 1: “REMEMBERING PAST EVENTS”

CARLOS ANDRÉS CUZ

CARLOS ANDRÉS COMBITA

PRESENTADO AL PROFESOR: EDILSON VARGAS DUARTE

UNIVERSIDAD PEDAGÓGICA Y TECNOLÓGICA DE COLOMBIA

ESCUELA DE CIENCIAS HUMANÍSTICAS Y DE EDUCACIÓN

LICENCIATURA EN EDUCACIÓN BÁSICA CON ÉNFASIS EN MATEMÁTICAS,

HUMANIDADES Y LENGUA CASTELLANA

CREAD - BOGOTÁ

2020
Contenido
Introduction................................................................................................................................3
Comparative chart.....................................................................................................................4
Storytelling..................................................................................................................................7
Conclusions...............................................................................................................................12
Infographics..............................................................................................................................13
Introduction

Storytelling is a told of communication that is used for telling good stories that contain
and transmit emotions and captivate the receptor.

Since our relatives it was used restrain paints in the careens that showed the ventures
that the first men dis even after Indians that left too much writing where the legends
were born. That even today makes us have emotions such as fear, and imagination of
fantastic creatures writing where legends were born that even today makes us have
emotions of fear and imagination on those fantastic creatures.

The storytelling must be a story that triggers an emotion that incites to follow or do
something. In education is the hook to catch the student learns more didactic issues,
engaging and meaningful way.

To make a storytelling you need to have a story of real events as conflicts and
adventures. It is a theme, a plot, a plot and meaning.

It is a great tool because it generates confidence, it is easy to remember and appeals to


the emotional side. The rational with the emotional mix. According to Cristian Solomon
"The storytelling is the manufacturing machine stories and formatting minds."

Through storytelling, students have the opportunity to create and tell their story,
expressing and transmitting the emotions of the moment.
Comparative chart

Tense Past simple tense Past continuous tense


Criteria
Concept The simple past describes He past continuous does not
finished actions specify whether the actions
ended or not, but
emphasizes that they were
in progress.
Structure Affirmative form  Affirmative form 
Subject+ principal verb+ Subject + was / were +verb-
complement. ing.
Negative form
Negative with 'be' Negative form
 Subject + principal verb+ Subject + was not / were not
not complement. +verb- ing.
Negative Short Form  yes / no question
Subject + verb contraction Was / were + subject +verb-
negative+ complement. ing.
Interrogative
Yes / No' Questions with 'wh' question
'Be' Where/what/why/when/how
Auxiliary+ principal verb+ + was / were+ subject
complement. +verb- ing.
'Wh' Questions with 'Be'
Auxiliary+ principal verb+
subject +complement.
The Past Simple (Simple
Past) with Other Verbs

- ed 'at the end of an


irregular verb
- know the regular verbs
Negative
All verbs use 'did not
(didn't) + infinitive

'Yes / No' Questions

Did+ subject+ verb in


simple present?

'Wh' Questions

Where/what/why/when/how
+did+ subject verb in simple
present?

uses -the present simple is often -It is used to talk about the
used to refer to actions that development of an action
took place at a specific time that would elapse in a
in the past. certain time, the end of
- It is also used for actions which we do not know or is
that occurred in the past and unimportant.
have not ended, even if the - is used to express that an
precise moment is not action was taking place,
mentioned. when another interrupted it.
- is used to refer to actions
that occur simultaneously.
Examples He travelled around the It was snowing at half past
world. four yesterday.
I worked last Saturday.

Storytelling

Topic: past simple

Grade: Six grade.

Objective: Identify the simple past through storytelling

Explanation:

A narration in English will be made adjusting them to the campell method

storytelling campbell method

Greetings: (minutes five)

we'll start with the song Set fire to the rain by Adele

Lyrics of the song


I let  it fall, my heart,
And as it fell you rose to claim it
It  was  dark and I was over
Until you kissed my lips and you  saved me
 
My hands, they’re strong
But my knees were far too weak,
To stand in your arms
Without falling to your feet
 
But there’s a side to you
That I never knew, never  knew.
All the things you’d say
They  were never true, never true,
And the games you play
You would always win, always win.
 
But I  set fire to the rain,
Watched it pour as I touched your face,
Well, it  burned while I cried
‘Cause I heard it screaming out your name, your name!
 
When I lay with you
I could stay there
Close my eyes
Feel you here forever
You and me together
Nothing gets better
 
‘Cause there’s a side to you
That I never knew, never knew,
All the things you’d say,
They  were never true, never true,
And the games you’d play
You would always win, always win.
 
But I  set fire to the rain,
Watched it pour as I touched your face,
Well, it  burned while I cried
‘Cause I heard it screaming out your name, your name!
 
I set fire to the rain
And I  threw us into the flames
When it fell, something died
‘Cause I knew that that was  the last time, the last time!
 
Sometimes I wake up by the door,
That heart you caught must be waiting for you
Even now when we’re already over
I can’t help myself from looking for you.
 
But I  set fire to the rain,
Watched it pour as I touched your face,
Well, it  burned while I cried
‘Cause I heard it screaming out your name, your name!
 
I set fire to the rain
And I  threw us into the flames
When it fell, something died
‘Cause I knew that that was  the last time, the last time!
 
Oh noooo
Let it burn, oh
Let it burn
Let it burn

Tomado de:http://www.theenglishhall.com/the-music-hall/the-music-hall-3-canciones-
practicar-past-simple/
https://youtu.be/93dCIYaB4Os

Session development (thirty five minutes)

This section will revolve around the story presented "My darius to live" It will seat the
children on the floor in a U-shape so that everyone can see the screen and the teacher.
Once placed, the teacher will tell the story, helping The projected images will interpret
the characters and express themselves as best as possible.
End (Ten minutes)

After the story is over, the teacher asks students questions about the story to make sure it is
understood. They can lean on the pictures to ask them to tell who the characters that appear
there are or what happens in a certain sequence.
Conclusions

The past simple is a verb tense, which is used to refer to actions that occurred in the past; at
this time we work with regular and irregular verbs.

To form the simple past of regular verbs we have to add the suffix "ED" to the infinitive.
As for irregular verbs, their spelling changes.

In negative and interrogative sentences, verbs go in the present tense. It is the DID that indicates the
past action.

Therefore, we wanted the following work to be more innovative, dynamic and interactive,
to attract the attention of the students so that they are motivated to learn this subject, and to
be able to practice English in an entertaining way.´
Infographics

Perfect English Gramm

https://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/past-simple.html

April 04, 2020

Uses of past simple tense

https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/english-grammar-reference/past-simple
April 04, 2020

Storytelling for language learning

https://tics.uptc.edu.co/distancia/pluginfile.php/8369/mod_resource/content/2/Story_telling
_For_Language_Learning.pdf
April 04, 2020