When is your flight to go home?
Shannon needs information about your flight times. Please bring this information tomorrow!

Review of homework about "going to"

BACK of book pg. 29, activity #2 + 3 for homework

Vague expressions

pg. 38: dialogue
Write a short scene.
Partner A tries to invite partner B to do something. "Do you want to ___?"
But partner B doesn't want to spend time with partner A.
So, partner B gives vague responses.
pg. 38: activity B
pg. 39: group work

A drawing exercise

Students had two illustrations of downtown Santa Fe; one version had colored areas while the other did not. One student had to direct the other student using colors and prepositions of location to appropriately color the indicated areas. The goal was for both illustrations to match.

TUESDAY

What are we going to/gonna do this afternoon?

We're gonna. . .

Keeping in touch & comparative adjectives

How do you keep in touch with people? Email? Phone? Text message? Facebook? Skype? Letter?

usually=usualmente
rarely=rara vez
a lot=mucho o con frecuencia
always=siempre
never=nunca
all the time=todo el tiempo

How do you keep in touch with your friends and family?
I usually call my parents.
I never write them.
I rarely text them, but I always text my friends.
I also email my parents a lot.
I Facebook with my friends all the time.

What means of communication do you like most?
I like text most, but I also like the phone.
The only problem is that I never have time to phone people.
Email is also very convenient.

pg. 98-99
BACK of book pg. 75, activity #3 "I don't think so!"

HOMEWORK: pg 74 at back of book (titled "Keeping in touch") A, B, and C

Text-message slang
OMG=Oh my God!
TMI=too much information
WTF=What the fuck?!?
LOL=laughing out loud
How r u?=How are you?
C U L8R=See you later.

Parts of the body

pg. 88 followed by "Simon Says". . .

When I say, "Simon says, touch your _" you should obey my command! Touch the indicated part of the body.
But when I say, "Touch your _" you should not obey my command. Do nothing and do not touch any part of the body.

Determiners

All of the students. . .Todos los estudiantes. . .

Most of the students. . .La mayoria de los estudiantes. . .

Some of the students. . .Algunos de los estudiantes. . .

A few of the students. . .Unos/pocos estudiantes. . .

None of the students. . .Ningunos de los estudiantes. . .

Everybody. . .Todo el mundo/Todos

Nobody. . .Nadie

Was the trip to Taos Pueblo successful?
What did you do during your visit?
What did other students do?

p. 46

Wednesday


Review homework: pg 74 at back of book (titled "Keeping in touch") A, B, and C

Recipes

We're going to make some American snack foods.

Get into groups.
Marcelo, Natalia, and Mariana are going to make fluffer-nutter sandwiches.
Rodolfo, Camila, and Catarina are going to make deviled eggs.
Larissa, Artur, and Fiorella are going to make guacamole.
Melissa and Luciene are going to make Smores.

Rules:
Everybody must help make the food.
Speak only in English. You can use dictionaries.
You can ask me questions in English only.
You can only ask me Yes/No questions.


Thursday


Preparations for Our Trip to Tent Rocks

What should you bring?
O que você deve trazer?
¿Qué debes llevar?

Foods of America!

  1. Is American food better than your traditional food? Why?
  2. Which kind of food is cheaper? Which kind of food is more expensive? Why?
  3. Is American food more convenient than your traditional food?
  4. Does an American supermarket sell more or less of specific foods?
It sells more (name of food). It sells less (name of food).


Number of students
A) love American food

B) like American food

C) are neutral about American food

D) dislike American food

E) hate American food

F) think American food is healthy

G) think American food is unhealthy

H) would recommend all American foods

I) would recommend most American foods

J) would recommend some American foods

K) would recommend a few American foods

L) would recommend no American foods

None of us / A few of us / Some of us / Most of us / All of us. . .

Practice with determiners
pg. 37 at BACK of book (titled "How did we do?" and "About you")

Taking a trip

Vocabulary pg. 68, A + B
HOMEWORK: BACK of book pg. 52

Using should to make suggestions:
pg. 69, #3

Now you know a lot about Santa Fe and the other parts of the United States.
1) Before you came here, did you make the right preparations for your trip?
Antes de você chegar aqui, você feza preparação ideal para sua viagem?
Antes de venir aquí, ¿has hecho los preparativos adecuados para tu viaje?
2) What should you bring here? O que você deve trazer aqui? ¿Qué se debe traer aquí?
You should bring _.
3) What should you know beforehand? O que você deve saber de antemão? ¿Qué se debe saber de antemano?
You should know that __.




I spy with my little eye, something that begins with. . .


I spy is a guessing game. One person chooses an object (chalk, for example) and says "I spy with my little eye, something that begins with C." The other players look around and guess the identity of the object: "Car" (no), "Cloud" (no), "Chalk" - yes! The winner gets to choose the next object.