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I.DATOS GENERALES

PROFESOR(A)

Alcntara Crdenas Alicia, Jimnez Tecuanhuey Mnica,


Palomino Ocaas Yessica Susana, Reyes Alonso Rommel
Alejandro, Ros Nez Miguel ngel

ASIGNATURA

Ingls I

SEMESTRE

Primer semestre

ESCOLAR

PLANTEL

Colegio de Ciencias Y Humanidades Plantel Oriente

FECHA

Junio 2016

DE
ELABORACIN

II.PROGRAMA
UNIDAD

Unidad 4. Expresar preferencias y necesidades

TEMTICA

PROPSITO(S)
DE LA UNIDAD

APRENDIZAJE
ETAPA

PROCESO
ADQUISICIN:
COMPRENSIN,
EXPRESIN O
INTERACCIN

Al finalizar la unidad el alumno: Interactuar de manera oral y


escrita para compartir informacin sobre lo que l y los dems
tienen, les gusta, quieren y necesitan, en relacin con actividades
diversas.
2. Solicita y proporciona informacin especfica, de manera oral y
escrita, sobre horarios y lugares de actividades de esparcimiento
para elegir el de su inters.

Expresin e interaccin

III. HABILIDADES A CUBRIR

COMPRENSIN
COMPRENSIN

AUDITIVA
DE

CA. Escucha enunciados pausados y claros del


profesor con apoyos visuales, los cules presentan
lugares y eventos combinados con el reciclaje de

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LECTURA

EXPRESIN ORAL
EXPRESIN ESCRITA
INTERACCIN ORAL
INTERACCIN ESCRITA

thereis/there are. Identifica la entonacin de las


frases de cortesa.
CL. Lee las oraciones de la hoja de trabajo para
completar la informacin.
EO. Lee en voz alta las oraciones que complet en
una hoja de trabajo, EE. Crea un guin para una
dramatizacin.
IO. Interacta con sus compaeros mediante
dilogos, aplica frases de invitacin y rechazo
mediante roles adquiridos.
IE. Redacta oraciones describiendo una cartelera
diseada, misma que ser leda por compaeros.

IV. TEMTICAS
CONCEPTUAL

Componentes Lingsticos:
Lxico:

Eventos culturales, deportivos y escolares


Lugares pblicos
Nmeros ordinales
Das de la semana, meses y estaciones del ao
Expresiones para indicar la hora y los momentos
del da
Frases para invitar a un evento
Expresiones de cortesa para aceptar o
rechazar invitaciones: wouldyouliketo,
Lets

Gramtica
Verbo TO BE en presente simple
Preposiciones de tiempo y lugar (in, on, at)
Thereis/ there are
Frases nominales
Palabrasinterrogativas con What, where, what
time

PROCEDIMENTAL

Componentes pragmticos:
Actos de habla/ funciones comunicativas

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Invitar a eventos
Aceptar o rechazar invitaciones a eventos
Expresar preferencias y gusto sobre
eventos
Dominio del discurso
Ordenar datos de eventos
Usar expresiones de cortesa para rechazar
invitaciones
Fontica
Dar la entonacin ascendente y descendente.
Componentes
sociolingsticos/Habilidades
generales:
Ser tolerante ante el rechazo de
invitaciones.
Aplicar estrategia: repeticin y/o
clarificacin.
Aplicar estrategia: lenguaje corporal (gestos,
ademanes)

ACTITUDINAL

V. TIEMPO DIDCTICO
NMERO

DE

SESIONES

2 (4 horas)

VI. ACTIVIDADES
APERTURA (45
MINUTOS)

Activacin de conocimientos previos con vocabulario de


lugares y eventos. Actividad relacionar imgenes. El
profesor modela un
ejemplo utilizando flashcards.
(ANEXO 1) Ejemplo: Conference University Campus.
There is a conference at the University Campus. ball
game Soccer stadium There is a ball game at the
soccer stadium. Fitness class local gym There is a
fitness class at the local gym Los alumnos continan
relacionando imgenes y eventos formulando frases
completas al ponerlas en parejas en el pizarrn.
El profesor aade fecha y hora a tres eventos para

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modelar la elaboracin de una cartelera cultural. Los


alumnos en tros hacen el propio para despus redactar
oraciones que incluyan lugar fecha y hora del evento.
There is a conference at the University Campus on May
13th at 11:00 a.m. There is a ball game at the soccer
stadium on June 5th at 3:00 p.m. There is a fitness class
at the local gym on July 1st at 7:00 p.m.
DESARROLLO (75
MINUTOS)

En tros, los alumnos elaboran una cartelera con


oraciones que incluyan there is/there are, evento, lugar
(frases nominales), da, fecha y hora usando las
preposiciones in, on, at. De tarea deben elegir un evento
y poner informacin al respecto del mismo en una
cartulina o pueden plotear una hoja de Word para que se
realice una especie de pster informativo y llevarlo la
siguiente clase. El profesor ensea a los alumnos un
modelo de evento (flyer) en cartulina como ejemplo.
(ANEXO 2)
El profesor introduce expresiones de cortesa para hacer
invitaciones a diferentes tipos de eventos: would you
like, y lets haciendo nfasis en la entonacin
ascendente y descendente pidiendo a los alumnos
repetir. Para consolidar el tema, los alumnos resuelven
ejercicios en una hoja de trabajo. Primero de forma
individual, despus en parejas para comparar respuestas
y al ltimo, se checan respuestas, en forma grupal.
(ANEXO 3).

SESION 2
CIERRE (120
MINUTOS)

El profesor hace una lluvia de ideas a partir de las


actividades de la sesin anterior y con ayuda de los
alumnos escribe un pequeo dilogo, el cual sirve de
ejemplo para invitar a un compaero a asistir a un
evento. Despus reparte una agenda ficticia en parejas
con diferentes actividades con la finalidad de que
interacten en una conversacin para aceptar y rechazar
invitaciones a eventos culturales. (ANEXO 4) Para llegar
a un acuerdo y verificar la informacin los alumnos
utilizan frases de cierre enfatizando evento lugar y
fecha. Ejemplo: Our plan is to go to a concert at the

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stadium on Saturday 4th at 6:30.


A partir de las carteleras elaboradas por el grupo, los
estudiantes prepararn un roleplay usando las carteleras
de otro equipo. Se evaluarn aspectos morfosintcticos,
fonticos y actitudinales mediante una rbrica. (ANEXO
5). En cuanto los tros estn listos para presentar el
rolepley, el profesor y los otros alumnos escucharn
respetuosamente el trabajo realizado por el pequeo
equipo.

VII. REFERENCIAS DE APOYO


BIBLIOGRAFA

Thronbury, Scott. Natural Grammar. 2004. Oxford.


www.cuaed.unam.mx/english_media

BIBLIOGRAFA

Ascher, Allen and Saslow, Joan. Copy and Go, Ready


-made activities for busy teachers. Top Notch
Fundamentals. 2011. Pearson Longman.

DE
CONSULTA PARA
LOS ALUMNOS
DE
CONSULTA PARA
EL PROFESOR

Parrott, Martin. Grammar for English Teachers. 2000.


Cambridge University Press.
COMENTARIOSADI
CIONALES

VIII. ANEXOS

Para la realizacin de la tarea de las carteleras, los


alumnos tambin pueden dirigirse a sitios de inters como
www.ticketmaster.com.mx,
www.cinemex.com.mx,
www.cultura.unam.mx, entre otras, con la finalidad de que
encuentren algunos otros eventos de su inters.

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ANEXO 1
FLASH CARDS PLACES

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Amusement Park

Parade

City Park

Flash Mob

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Local Gym

MovieTheater

FitnessClass

Movie

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School Library

Book Presentation

Shopping Mall

Authograph Signing

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Art Museum

Vegetarian Restaurant

Vegetarian Restaurant
Art Museum

Art Exhibition

Food Festival

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University Campus

NationalTheater

Conference

Play

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Soccer Stadium

Ball Game

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DAYS, MOTHS, TIME

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Day of
theweek

Date

ON

Friday

ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON

Friday
Friday
Saturday
Saturday
Saturday
Sunday
Sunday
Sunday
Monday
Monday
Monday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Thursday

28th
February
28th February
28th February
1st March
2nd March
3rd March
4th March
10th March
12th March
14th March
16th March
17th March
18th March
19th March
20th March
21st March
22nd March
30th March
31st March

ANEXO 2

Hour

AT

3:00 pm

AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT
AT

6:30 pm
10:00 pm
8:30 am
11:00 am
12:30 am
2:00 pm
4:30 pm
7:00pm
1:30 pm
5:00 pm
9:30 pm
7:00 am
10:00 am
10:30 am
8:00 pm
10:30 pm
12:00 pm
2:30 pm

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ANEXO 3
WOULD YOU LIKE?
We use Would you like to ? To invite somebody:
Example:

Would you like to go for a walk?


Would you like to go to the cinema tonight?
To accept or refuse invitations, we use these expressions:
ACCEPT
Yes, Id love to
Yes, of course
Sure!
Sounds great!

REFUSE

No, thank you.


Im sorry, I cant.
Im afraid I cant.
Not now, maybe later.

A: Would you like to go for a walk?


B: Yes, Id love to!
A: Would you like to go to the cinema tonight?
B: Not now, maybe later.
Exercises:
I.
What do you say to Sue in these situations? Use Would you like to?
1. You want to go to the movies tonight. You want Sue to go with you.
(go)
You say: ___Would you like to go to the movies tonight? ______________

2. You want to play videogames tomorrow. Maybe Sue can come.

(play)

You say: ___________________________________________________


3. You have an extra ticket for a concert next week. Maybe Sue can come.
(come)

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You say: ___________________________________________________
4. Its raining and Sue is going out. She doesnt have an umbrella, but you have
one (borrow)
You say: ___________________________________________________
5. Theres a book signing at the library tomorrow. You want Sue to be there
with you. (go)
You say: ___________________________________________________
II.

Answer these invitations with expressions to accept or refuse.


1. Would you like to go out for a walk?

(accept)

_____________________________________________
2. Would you like to have dinner this evening?

(refuse)

_____________________________________________
3. Would you like to play videogames tomorrow?

(accept)

_____________________________________________
4. Would you like to go to Johns party?

(refuse)

_____________________________________________
5. Would you like to watch the game at my house?

(accept)

_____________________________________________
6. Would you like to go to the zoo?

(refuse)

_____________________________________________
LETS

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You can say Lets when you want people to do things with you. Lets = Let us.
Example:
Its a nice day. Lets go out
(You and I can go out).
Come on! Lets dance!
(You and I can dance).
Are you ready? Lets go.
(its time you and I go out).
Exercises:
I.
Complete the sentences. Use lets with:
go for a swim
watch TV
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

II.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

go to a restaurant

take a taxi

wait a little

Would you like to play soccer?


No, _lets go for a swim___________
Do you want to walk home?
No, __________________________
Do you want to listen to music?
No, __________________________
Do you want to cook dinner tonight? No, _________________________
Would you like to go home now? No, __________________________

Invite someone to an event. Use lets and a verb.


_lets go to the movies this afternoon_______
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________
____________________________________

(go / movies / afternoon)


(play / soccer / park)
(order / pizza / tonight)
(have / party / Saturday)
(drink / some coffee)
(walk / dog / park)

ANEXO 4
Information gap
1. T reviews questions about time. Writes them on bb. Examples:
-

When is the next soccer game?

What time is it?

- Is there a concert this week?

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-

Where is it?

2. T asks some volunteers to use complete answers to this questions


3. T organizes students into pairs giving a different part of the worksheet to each
student
(student A gets worksheet A, student B gets worksheet B). Then asks them to
include 3 events they are going to along with time and place. They do this without
letting their partners see.
4. Give instructions to students and model an example dialogue. Students take turns
asking about the times of the events on the left of their worksheet, they write the
times and events on the correct date. They use information on the calendar to
answer their classmates questions.
Modelling: T asks a strong student to help her. Helps with intonation and
pronunciation
A: Is there a concert this week?
B: Yes, there is a concert on Friday at 8:00.
A: Where is it?
B: Its IN/AT ________
A: Would you like to go?
B: (Accepts or refuses according to the availability they have)
A: Ok. Lets meet on (day) at (time) in (place)
A: Ok, no problem.
Never mind
Maybe another day
5. Students start having the conversation while T monitors and helps students selfcorrect
6. As a wrap up, each pair reports to the group as follows:
Our plan is a (event) on (day) at (time) in (place)

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STUDENT A
1.Include 3 extra events in your
calendar with time and place.
2.Complete the events on the
calendar writing a place. (if
missing)
3. Ask your partner about:
A dinner

A movie at home

An English class in
CCH

A concert in the park

A birthday party

STUDENT B
1.Include 3 extra events in your
calendar with time and place.
2.Complete the events on the
calendar writing a place. (if
missing)
3.Ask your partner about:
A movie called The
airport

A concert

A soccer game

A childrens dancing
presentation

A dinner with his/her


family

A basketball game

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ASPECTS

USE OF TOPIC
6 PTS.
(Correct use of
PHRASES, includes
previous knowledge)
FLUENCY AND
INTONATION
(rising, falling, no
reading)
6 PTS.

VOLUME AND
ATTITUDE
(no whispering, use of
body language)
4 PTS.
CREATIVITY
(script and realia)
4 PTS.

POINTS PER
ASPECT

TOTAL POINTS

ANEXO 5
ASKING SOMEONE OUT ROLEPLAY (total points 20)
NAMES______________________________GROUP_________________________

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favor de ponerte en contacto con los autores de este trabajo en los
siguientes correos electrnicos:
Alcntara Crdenas Alicia: alcantara.cardenasalis@gmail.com
Jimnez Tecuanhuey Mnica Victoria: mnicajimnez@yahoo.com.mx
Palomino Ocaas Yessica Susana: luzclarita74@yahoo.com.mx
Reyes Alonso Rommel Alejandro: rommel.reyes.alonso@gmail.com
Ros Nez Miguel ngel: axtle_78@hotmail.com