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Conversation Models and Patterns: A: What are you going to do next weekend? B: I'm going to visit my parents.

What about you? A: I'm going to stay home and rest on Saturday and my boyfriend and I are going to see a movie on Sunday. A: What are you going to do ______________? B: I'm going to __________. What about you? A: I'm going to ________________ and ________________. A: Are you going to marry your girfriend? A: Are you going to study a masters degree? A: Are you going to live in Mexico City all your life? A: Are you going to wear jeans tomorrow? A: Are you going to move out this year? A: Are you going to spend next vacation in Acapulco? A: Are you going to buy a laptop? A: Are you going to call your ex on her birthday? A: Are you going to have children? 3 going to ____________________? A: Are you Yes, I am. / No, I'm not. A: What does your brother do? B: He is an architect. A: Is she going to study a masters degree? B: No, he isn't A: Is yournnnjjkuhoiuiuy brother single? B: Yes, he is. A: Is he going to get married? B: I don't know. Maybe he is. njjjkkkljlmkkkkk

Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: 2 Unit: 16 Lesson 1 and 2 COURSE 2 PART B Page 1 Grammar notes: Idiomatic going to Future reference BE+going to+SFV Functions and Competencies: Talking about a vacation or a weekend Making plans Asking about future plans Talking about jobs and studies Asking about future jobs or degrees Idioms:

Vocabulary: Action verbs Places to spend a vacation Degrees Marital status Household objects Gadgets

Get married Get divorced Get a job Get up

Conversation Models and Patterns: A: Does your brother have a girlfriend? B: Yes, he does. A: Is he going to marry her? B: Yes, he is, next year. / No, ___ isn't. A: Where are you going to spend your vacation? B: I'm going to spend a few days in Cancun A: When are you going to leave? B: I'm going to leave next Saturday morning. A: How are you going to get there? B: I'm going to go take a plane. A: Where are you going to stay? B: I'm going to stay at the Melia Hotel. A: How many days are you going to stay there? B: I'm going to stay a week. A: What are you going to do there? B: I'm going to visit Xcaret, I'm going to travel to Playa del Carmen and Tulum and I'm going to go shopping. I'm going to swim and rest a lot!

Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: 2 Unit: 16 Lesson 1 and 2 COURSE 2 PART B Page 2 Grammar notes: Idiomatic going to Future reference BE+going to+SFV Going to information questions Functions and Competencies: Talking about someone's plans Planning a vacation Asking about and stating future plans

Vocabulary: Action verbs Places to spend vacation Transportation Future time expressions Duration expressions

Idioms:

A: Where are you going to spend _____________? B: I'm going to _______________________ A: When are you going to leave? B: I'm going to leave ___________________. A: How are you going to get there? B: I'm going to _______________________. A: Where are you going to stay? B: I'm going to __________________. A: How many days are you going to stay there? B: I'm going to ________________. A: What are you going to do there? B: I'm going ________________ and I'm going to _________________!

Conversation Models and Patterns: A: What are you going to do next weekend? B: Nothing special. Why? A: Do you want to have dinner with me? B: Sure! I'd love to. A: What are you going to do _____________? B: Nothing special. Why? A: Do you want to ____________________? B: Sure! I'd love to. A: What are you going to do next weekend? B: I'm going shopping. Do you want to come with me? A: Oh, I'm sorry, I can't. B: Why not? A: I'm going to visit my brother in queretaro. Maybe next time. A: What are you going to do ______________? B: I'm going ____________. Do you want to come with me? A: Oh, I'm sorry, I can't. B: Why not? A: I'm going to _____________________. Maybe next time. A: Would you like to see a movie this weekend? B: OK. What time would you like to go? A: How about 8pm? B: OK What movie would you like to see? A: I'd like to see"The Avengers." B: Where would you like to go? A: I'd like to go to Antara Shopping Mall. A: Would you like to _________________? B: OK. What time would you like to go? A: How about _________________? B: OK What ___________? A: I'd like to _________________." B: Where would you like to ______________? A: I'd like to go to ___________________. Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: 2 Unit: 16 Lesson 1 and 2 COURSE 2 PART B Page 3 Grammar notes: Idiomatic going to Future reference BE+going to+SFV Want+infinitive Would like+infinitive Functions and Competencies: Asking out Inviting formally to do domething Inviting informally to do domething Accepting and refusing an invitation Giving a reason why Making a suggestion

Vocabulary: go sightseeing go shopping go swimming come to my party go to the theater go clubbing go to the movies have dinner go to Acapulco spend the weekend away

Idioms: I'd love to Maybe next time "Gonna" "Wanna"

Conversation Models and Patterns:

Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: ELEMENTARY Unit: 1 Lesson 1

A: Hello, I'm Jackie. B: Hi, Jackie. My name's Susan. A: Nice to meet you, Susan. B: Nice to meet you too ... What's your last name, Jackie? A: Howard. B: How do you spell that? A: H-O-W-A-R-D. A: What's your first name? B: John A: What's your last name? B: Smith. A: What's your middle name? B: Argyle. A: How do you spell your middle name? B: A-R-G-Y-L-E. A: What's your address? A: Hello, Brian. How are you? B: Fine, thanks. And you? A: Oh, very well, I have a new boyfriend, you know. B: Really! That's great! A: Hello, Brian. How are you? B: OK, I guess. A: What's the matter? B: I'm tired. My work is very hard. A: I'm sorry to hear that.

Page 1 Grammar notes: BE Affirmative clauses WH Questions Possessive adjectives Functions and Competencies: Greeting Meeting people Exchanging basic personal information Spelling

Vocabulary: Alphabeth Personal Names Places, streets, sights Feelings Adjectives

Variations: 1st person, 2nd person Cultural notes: Self introducing, eye contact, hand shaking Materials needed: none Off campus activity: Small talk in museums, parks, transportation, etc

Conversation Models and Patterns: A: Who's that? B: That's my teacher. A: What's her name? B: Her name's Marcia Said. A: Who's that? B: That's _____________. A: What's _________ name? B: Her name's ___________. A: Who's he? B: He's a classmate. His name's Karl. A: What's his last name? B: Heinn. A: How do you spell it? B: H-E-I-N-N. A: Who's he? B: He's _________. His name's ___________. A: What's his last name? B: ___________. A: How do you spell it? B: ______________. A: Carl, this is Katherine. She is my sister. B: Hello, Katherine. C: Hi, Carl, nice to meet you. B: How do you spell your name, Katherine C: K-A-T-H--E-R-I-N-E. A: _________, this is _________. She is ____________. B: Hello, ___________. C: Hi, __________, nice to meet you. B: How do you spell your name, __________ C: _________________.

Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: ELEMENTARY Unit: 1 Lesson 1

Page 2 Grammar notes: BE Affirmative clauses WH Questions Possessive adjectives Functions and Competencies: Identifying others Asking about others' personal information

Vocabulary: Alphabeth Personal Names

Variations: 1st person, 2nd person Cultural notes: introducing others,eye contact, hand shaking Materials needed: none Off campus activity: Small talk in museums, parks, transportation, etc

Conversation Models and Patterns: 2 A: Where are you from? B: I'm Brazilian. What about you? A: I'm from Mexico. How old are you? B: I'm 24. And you? A: I'm 20. A: Are you married? B: Yes, I am. A: Do you have any children? B: Yes, I have a son and two daughters. A: How old is your son? B: He's 5. B: How old are your daugthers? A: Olga is 12 and Marissa is 6. A: Are you married? B: No, I'm not. A: Do you have a boyfriend? B: Yes, I do. A: What's his name? B: Mark. A: Is your boyfriend Mexican? B: No, he isn't. A: Where's he from? B: He's from Cuba. A: Is your girfriend a student? B: No, she isn't. A: What does she do? B: She's a psychologist.

Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: ELEMENTARY Unit: 1 Lessons 2 & 3

Page 1 Grammar notes: BE Yes/No questions Information questions Short answers Simple present Do Functions and Competencies: Asking about origin Asking and stating personal age and others' Talking about marital status Asking about age, job and origin of other people

Vocabulary: Jobs Professions Countries, cities Numbers Members of the family

Variations: 1st, 2nd person conversation Cultural notes: Appropriate information when talking about others Materials needed: none Off campus activity: Small talk

Conversation Models and Patterns: A: Who's she? B: She's Betty Philips. A: Is he American? B: Yes, she is. A: How old is she? B: She's 41. A: She's beautiful! A: Who are they? B: They are my friends Paul and John A: Are they Mexican? B: No, they aren't. They're from Argentina. * * * * * * * * * * * 3 A: What's Veronica's last name? B: Reigh A: Is she married? B: Yes, she is. A: What's her husband's name? B: I think John, or Jay. A: Where is he from? B: He's from Germany. A: How old is her husband? B: I think he's 34. A: What's your first name? B: John A: What's your last name? B: Smith. A: What's your middle name? B: Argyle. A: How do you spell your middle name? B: A-R-G-Y-L-E. A: What's your telephone number? B: It's 3944-7837 A: What's your e-mail address?

Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: ELEMENTARY Unit: 1 Lessons 2 & 3

Page 2 Grammar notes: BE Yes/No questions Information questions Short answers Simple present Do Functions and Competencies: Identifying others Asking about others' age Askinbg about personal information Asking about other people's personal information

Vocabulary: _ underscore @ at . dot / slash - hyphen H uppercase h lowercase

Variations: none Cultural notes: Appropriate information when talking about others Materials needed: none Off campus activity: Smal talk

Conversation Models and Patterns: A: What time is it? B: It's three o'clock. B: It's three fifteen. B: It's quarter past three. B: It's three thirty. B: It's half past three. B: It's three fourty five. B: It's quarter to four. B: It's three fifty-five. B: It's five to four. B: It's four o'clock. A: What time do you go to bed? B: At eleven thirty. A: What time do you get up on Saturdays? A: What time do you start work? B: What time do you finish work? B: What time do you see your boyfriend? B: What time do you have lunch? B: What time do you cook for the family? B: What time do you watch TV everyday? B: What time do you do the homework? A: How long do you work on weekdays? A: How long do you sleep at night? A: How long do you take class in the morning? A: How long do you have sex?* A: When do you relax? A: When do you take a day off from work? A: When do you go to the movies? A: When do you visit your parents? A: When do you celebrate your anniversary? A: When do you practice sports? A: When do you have sex?*

Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: ELEMENTARY Unit: 2 Lesson 1

Page 1 Grammar notes: Present simple I, we, you, they Affirmativve clauses WH Questions Prepositions of time: at on, in, until, from,to Functions and Competencies: Talking about routines Telling the time Talking about daily schedules

Vocabulary: Jobs and workplaces Routines Time Schedules Timelines Days of the week

Variations: none Cultural notes: * Not appropriate in certain contexts Materials needed: none Off campus activity: none

Conversation Models and Patterns:

Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: ELEMENTARY Unit: 2 Lesson 2

a. A: What does your boyfriend do? B: He's a student. He studies law. A: What does your husband do? B: He's an accountant. He works in a bank. A: What does your sister do? B: She is a psychologist. She has her own office. A: What does your brother Pedro do? B: He's a businessman. He works on his own. A: What does your sister Ana do? B: She is a reporter. She writes articles for a newspaper. Vocabulary: PREVIOUS QUESTIONS a. Do you have a boyfriend / girlfriend? Do you have a brother? /sister? Are you married? Does your mom/dad live with you? Jobs Descriptive verbs Grammar notes: Present simple He, she, it Affirmativve clauses WH Questions

Page 1 Functions and Competencies: Asking about a job Describing work Talking about famous people Asking about schedules

A: What time does your sister Ana finish work? A: What time does your sister Ana get up? A: What time does your sister Ana go to bed? A: What time does your sister Ana cook for the family? A: What time does your sister Ana take a shower? A: What time does your sister Ana go to th supermarket?

(Visuals: famous people) A: What's his name? A: What does he do? A: Where is he from? A: How old is he? A: Where does he live? A: Where does he work? Variations: Routines about a 3rd person and a 2nd person Cultural notes: Small talk Materials needed: Visuals, famous people Off campus activity: none

Conversation Models and Patterns: A: What do you usually do in your free time? B: I spend time with my friends or I go to the movies. A: How often do you go to the movies? B: About twice a month. A: How do you spend your free time? B: I read magazines or I surf the internet. A: Do you usually read books? B: No, not very often, but I read magazines or the newspaper. A: Do you watch TV in the morning? A: Do you go to the gym? A: Do you get up late on the weekend? A: Do you read books in your free time? A: Do you spend your free time with colleagues? A: Do you cook? A: Do you eat vegetarian foodf? A: Ken doesn't often listen to classicakl music. B: Does she listen to rock music? A: Yes, she does, but she never listens to folk music. A: My parents usually go sightseeing on Sunday mornings. B: How often do they go shopping? A: They usually go twice a week. A: Do you like movies? B: Oh, yes, I go to the movies on weekends. A: Do you always go to the movies on weekends? B: No, I don't. Sometimes I go on Wednesdays. A: What kind of movies do you like? B: I love thrillers or accion movies. A:What do you think of Mel Gibson? B: Oh, I hate him. He's a good actor, but a terrible person. A: Yes, I can't stand him.

Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: ELEMENTARY Unit: 3 Lesson 1 AND 2 ON LINE: EL1 A Page 1 Grammar notes: Present simple Affirmative/negative clauses Yes/no questions Short answers How often Frecuency adverbs Functions and Competencies: Talking about free time activities Asking about frecuency of routines Asking about routines and habits Talking about others' activities Asking about and stating preferences Asking opinions

Vocabulary: Adverbs of frecuency Free time activities Kinds of music, movies, books, sports, plays, food Frecuency expressions

Variations: Contexts: 1st, 2nd person and 3rd person singular Cultural notes: Small talk Materials needed: none Off campus activity: Appropriate conversation when meeting for the 1st time

Conversation Models and Patterns: A: Do you like vegetarian food? B: No, I hate it. It's awful!. What about you? A: I like it. It's healthy and tasty. B: What's your favorite dish? A: Potato soup. A: Do you like ________________? B: No, I __________. It's ________!. What about you? A: I _______ it. It's ____________. B: What's your favorite ____________? A: _____________. A: Do you like going to the movies? B: I love it. A: Who's your favorite actor? B: Brad Pitt. Do you like him? A: No, I hate him! B: Oh, I love him! A: Do you like _________________? B: I __________ it. A: Who's your favorite _____________? B: _________. Do you like __________? A: No, I ___________! B: Oh, I ____________! A: I'd like to go to the movies tonight. B: What movie would you like to see? A: "Avalon" Can you come with me? B: I`m sorry, I can't. Maybe next time A: OK. A: I'd like to ____________. B: What ________ would you like to ____________? A: "________" Can you come with me? B: I`m sorry, I can't. Maybe next time. /Sure, I'd love to. A: OK.

Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: ELEMENTARY Unit: 3 Lesson 1 AND 2 ON LINE: EL1 A Page 2 Grammar notes: verbs: like, enjoy, love, hate+ING Verb: want+infinitive can't stand+ING Would like+infinitive Functions and Competencies: Expressing like and dislike Stating a desire Asking for and giving opinions Expressing abilitty Expressing possibility to do something

Vocabulary: Entertainment Free time activities Frecuency adverbs Adjectives Public places

Variations: Watch out: I like VS I'd like Cultural notes: Invitating does not mean paying Materials needed: none Off campus activity: Going to a movie

Conversation Models and Patterns: A: Whose pen is that? B: It's not mine. It's probably Tom's... A: Tom, is this pen yours? B: Yes, it is, thanks. A: Whose _________ is that? B: It's not mine. It's probably __________... A: __________, is this __________ yours? B: Yes, it is, thanks. A: Do you have a car? B: Yes, I do. A: What color is it? B: It's black. A: Do you have a ____________? B: Yes, I do. A: What color is it? B: It's _____________. A: Who's that? B: That's my sister. A: What's her name? B: Liz, She's a student. A: Who's that? B: That's _________________. A: What's __________ name? B: ________, __________'s a _________. A: Who has a red wallet? B: I have a red wallet. Why? A: Is this wallet yours? B: Yes, it is, thanks!

Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: ELEMENTARY Unit: 4 Lesson 1 AND 2 ON LINE: EL1 A Page 1 Grammar notes: Whose Possessive case Possessive pronouns Possessive adjectives Functions and Competencies: Expressing possession Asking about possession characteristics

Vocabulary: Household objects School supplies Jobs Typical possessions

Variations: possessive pronoun VS possessive adjective Cultural notes: Borrowing things Materials needed: Realia Off campus activity: Pratice at home

Conversation Models and Patterns: A: Are you married? A: Do you have a boyfriend? A: Do you have any brothers and sisters? B: Yes, I do. I have a brother and a sister. A: What does your brother do? B: He is an architect. A: What does he look like? B: He is tall and chubby and he has black short hair. He wears glasses.

Reference: Book: American Channel - Level: ELEMENTARY Unit: 4 Lesson 1 AND 2 ON LINE: EL1 A Page 2 Grammar notes: Simple present BE: yes/no questions do/does Articles Adjective use Functions and Competencies: Asking about and describing people's physical appearance Identifying people Talking about family members

A: Who's that man with the short gray hair? B: Do you mean that man with the moustache? A: Thar's right. B: His name's Jack. He's an actor A: He's a handsome man.

Vocabulary: GUESSING GAME: 20 QUESTIONS A: Is it a man? B: Yes, he is. A: Is he American? B: Yes, he is. A: Is he young? B: No, he isn't A: Is he an actor? B: Yes, he is. A: Does he have short hair? B: Yes, he does. A: Is he married? B: No, he isn't. A; Does he work in action movies? B: Yes, he does.... Descriptive adjectives Professions Physical apearance Members of the family Personal Items

Variations: Family members, acquaintances or famous people Cultural notes: Beware use of noncomplimentary adjectives Materials needed: realia, pics, phone pics Off campus activity: none