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Basic 1

Identify your classmates

Unit 1: lesson 2
Class number: 11

skills: writing, speaking, grammar


Material markers, cameras, cut up sentences, blank

paper, masking tape,

Warm up 15 min
Divide the class in two big groups A and B, then have them play a drawing game for occupations and also
to practice spelling. A student in each group will come to the front and draw the same occupation as the
groups guess the occupation correctly, then ask for the spelling and pronunciation. Students will take
positions back in their spots and then ask them quickly to say their names and occupations.
Transition 1 min
Write on the board: Im Miguel and I am a Chef. True or false? Then if false how can they use negative
forms. (Not)
Teaching Review 20 minutes
Have volunteers write on the board the subject pronouns and verb be forms first, ask for the function of the
verb is. (Ser o estar in Spanish) then place the negative form in there and explain contractions, practice
with the vocabulary on page 6, after they listen and repeat, they will write the different forms it can be
written. For example: shes a Chef (she is a Chef, she is not a Chef, she isnt a chef) they will only do it
with one of the pictures.
Then practice like this, using their cameras they will take pictures to their friends, first a selfie, then two a
group of people and then to a group of people with them included. Write instructions on the board: a selfie,
a picture to 3 people, a picture with 3 people and they must be in the picture, different people in all the
pictures. Students will finally sit in small groups or pairs to describe the people using subject pronouns,
correct form of the verb be and articles and good pronunciation of the occupations.
Transition 1 min
Tell students that one thing is to identify people when you know, but when you dont know you need to ask.
Teaching 20 min
I will teach how to formulate question. Show students a cut up sentence, place it on the floor, then have
them unscramble to form the sentence, but when asking, show students they just need to change the
position of the verb be and the subject. Go through the grammar box together. And exercise 5 pages 7.
Focus on short answers. Then practice with the conversation model. Have them identify the question and
the answer. Then identify key vocabulary (Excuse me, thats, where, right over there, thank you, youre
Game: hand out students blank pieces of paper, they need to write in the top half of the paper a fake
name, but they need to use one of their classmates names, and also a fake occupation, then they will
paste it on their chest. Have students walk around and meet, have them use their book to follow the
conversation model but they will use the information on their chest. Ask them to repeat the conversation to
ask for the occupation, but that the possible question could be: they can say what do you? Feedback

Wrap up 10 min

Using the pictures they took at the beginning, they will now ask each other yes/no question trying to
identify names and occupations
Home work: workbook unit 1 lesson 2

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