Plan de Sesión de Aprendizaje

I.- DATOS GENERALES
1.1. Colegio:
1.2. Área : Ingles
1.3. Nivel : Básico
1.4. Duración : 45’
1.5. Docente :

II.- DISEÑO DIDACTICO:
2.1. UNIDAD DE APRENDIZAJE: PAST ACTIVITIES

2.2. CAPACIDAD : Desarrolla habilidades comunicativas de manera oral y escrita a
través de lectura de imágenes y textos en Pasado Simple en sus
tres formas.

2.3. ACTIVIDAD ESPECIFICA : What did you do last week?

2.4. CAPACIDAD ESPECÍFICA :
- Utiliza vocabulario específico al hablar sobre sus actividades en tiempo pasado.
- Elabora textos escritos y orales sobre sus acciones en tiempo pasado.
- Identifica y elabora oraciones en Pasado Simple en sus tres formas.
2.5. APRENDIZAJE ESPERADO :
Lograr que los alumnos de nivel básico aprendan e internalicen la conjugación correcta de los verbos
regulares en Pasado Simple.

2.6. ESTRATEGIAS :









MOMENTOS ESTRATEGIAS
MEDIOS Y
MATERIALES
TIEMPO INDICADORES
MOTIVACION
- - La docente ingresa al aula y saluda a
los alumnos en el idioma inglés.
- - Pregunta a los alumnos How was your
- weekend?
- - Se presentan flash cards y se le
pregunta a los alumnos What did Tom
do last weekend?
- -La docente escribe las oraciones en la
pizarra.
- - Se provoca un conflicto cognitivo para
la construcción del conocimiento sobre
el tema referente a actividades pasadas.
Imágenes
Plumones
Pizarra

6
Participa de
manera activa
y ordenada
BASICA

- Se presenta un texto (Anexo 1) y la
docente lo trabaja con ellos,
analizando las oraciones.
- La docente explica el pasado simple a
través de diapositivas.
- Les hace preguntas a través de
imágenes.
- Los alumnos participan preguntando a
sus compañeros.
Data
USB
Hoja de
práctica
Plumones
25
Conoce la
conjugación de
los verbos en
Pasado Simple
PRACTICA
- La docente entrega una hoja de
práctica con ejercicios. (Anexo 2)
- La docente explica el contenido
-Los alumnos elaboran oraciones sobre
lo que
hicieron el último fin de semana.
- Los alumnos resuelven ejercicios.
Hoja de
práctica
Lapicero

10
Produce en
forma oral y
escrita
oraciones en
Pasado Simple
EVALUACION

- - Los alumnos resuelven ejercicios de
la ficha de práctica.
Hoja de
práctica
Lapicero
9
Resuelven
ejercicios


EXTENSION

- Trabajan en parejas y hablan de sus
rutinas pasadas.

Hoja de
práctica


Refuerzan lo
aprendido.




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ANEXOS




















































PAST ACTIVITIES
1. Read the paragraph about Tom. Underline all the verbs in Past Simple, and circle
the correct answer.
My experience in Bangkok








1.1 The reading is about: a) weekends b) last vacations c) last job
1.2 It was a) last weekend b) two years ago c) last
year
2 Complete the table.

Affirmative

We visited Bangkok last year.

I visited Bangkok last year with my friend,
Amanda. We liked the food, but we didn’t like
the weather. It was very hot! We stayed in a
hotel near the river. There were lots of tourists
there and we talked to some girls from Australia.
The city is enormous so we didn’t walk very
much. We looked a lot of temples and we
watched the boats on the river. We wanted to buy
some presents so we visited the fantastic street
markets. We really enjoyed our trip , it was
awesome!
What about you? Did you travel in your last
vacation? Did you enjoy it? …..
What places did you visit? Did you enjoy it?




GRAMMAR.
Simple past: Regular verbs.
Use: We use the Simple past to talk about actions and events that start and finish in the
past.
The simple past refers to a specific time or event in the past.
Example:
I visited Bangkok last year.

For regular verbs, add –ed to the simple form of the verb
Work worked
Talk talked
visit visited
Play played
Want wanted

Affirmative form:
Subject Verb Complement
I
You
He
She
It
We
You
They
worked very late last night

 I worked until 11 p.m last night.
 We arrived late to the airport.
 I wanted to be a soccer player when I was 10 years old.
Negative




Interrogative



Specific time:
 yesterday
 last night
 two days ago
 in the last class
 last year
 in 1999
 last week
 last weekend
 yesterday
morning

Negative form:
Subject Auxiliar Verb
I
You
He
She
It
We
You
They
didn’t work very late last night
 Miguel Angel didn’t paint the Monalisa. It was Leonardo Da Vinci
 My sister didn’t clean her room this morning
 I didn’t like the movie. It was boring.

Interrogative form: Short Answers:
Short answer Short answer
I
You
He
Yes, She
did
It
We
You
They
I
You
He
No, She
didn’t
It
We
You
They

 Did he repair the car? No, he didn’t
 Did he arrive to the moon? Yes , he did
 Did you live in Hawai last year? Yes, I did

SPELLING RULES:
 Add d to verbs that end in e :
live - lived
arrive - arrived
 Verbs that end in consonant + y , remove y and add ied :
Study - studied
Cry - cried
 If the verb ends in vowel + y , add ed
Stay - stayed
Play - played
 Verbs of one syllable that end in vowel + consonant, repeat the consonant and add ed.
Plan - planned
Stop - stopped
Auxiliar Subject Verb
Did
I
You
He
She
It
We
You
They
work very late last
night?









Let’s practice
I. Read the letter , then put the verbs in brackets into the simple past.
Dear
Sam,
Thanks for your letter. It is really great to hear from you now that the weather is
rainy and I can't go out that much. Hope your life is a lot more exciting than mine.
You …………….. (ask) me to write about my life. Well, there is really nothing special
going on. Last Saturday, for example, my family and I …………… (visit) my
grandparents. My mother …………. (help) my grandmother with the housework. My
father ………………(clean) the windows outside. My sister and I
……………………(watch) cartoons on television and later we ……………….. (play)
outside in the garden. We ………………..(climb) the old oak-tree in the garden to our
tree-house. We ……………… (stay) there all afternoon. Then our mother
…………….. (call) us because it ……………..(be) time to go home. Our grandparents
………………..(kiss) us goodbye and we ……………. (return) home. We …………..
(arrive) home at 9 o'clock. Father ………………. (look) for the key,
………………..(open) the front door, and we all ……………. (walk) inside.
That's it about the way I spent last weekend. How about you? What did you do last
Saturday?
Write back and tell me how you're doing.
Love,
Joan

II. Complete the sentences . use the negative simple past of the verbs.

1 . I visited my parents, but I didn’t visit my grandparents.
2. I watch TV, but I ………………….. a video.
3. She talked to her brother, but she …………………….. to her sister.
4. They enjoyed the movie, but they …………………… the book.
5. We played cards, but we ……………………. chess.
6. He learned French, but he ………………………. Spanish.
III. Answer the questions.
1. Did your parents travel to Mexico last month? No, they didn’t
2. Did Steve listen to music yesterday evening? ……………….
3. Did you study history last semester? ………………
4. Did Betty order pizza two days ago? …………………
5. Did you work in New York three years ago? ………………..