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P FIRST LEARNING TOOLS 1.1 REVIEW. VERB TO BE. 1.1.1. Wh-questions: what, where, who, and how. 1.1.2. Yes/no questions and short answers. 1.1.3. Subject pronouns. 1.1.4. Possessive adjectives. 1.1.5. Countries and nationalities. 1.2 SIMPLE PRESENT 1.2.1. wh-questions and statements. 1.2.2. Time expressions: at, in, on, around, early, late, until, before, and after. 2.1 DEMOSTRATIVES 2.1.1. This, that, these, those; one and ones. 2.1.2. Questions: how much and which. 2.1.3. Comparisons with adjectives. 2.2 SIMPLE PRESENT 2.2.1. Yes/no and Wh-questions with do. 2.2.2. Question: what kind. 2.2.3. Object pronouns. 2.2.4. Modal verb would. 2.2.5. Verb + to + verb.

ENGLISH
PERIOD ACHIEVEMENT

G R A D E:

PURPOSE OF SESSION

To manage wh-questions, yes/no questions and short answers using subject pronouns in simple present in order to exchange personal information, daily schedules and asking for and giving opinions through finding similarities in classmates.

1.1 To use the verb to be and greet people using wh-questions to exchange and check personal information about names, countries and nationalities in writing reports. 1.2 To use the verb to be and wh-questions to exchange personal information about names, countries and nationalities in written reports.

SECOND

To use the auxiliaries Do and Does in simple present, as well as, to handle with the demonstrative pronouns to talk about prices, giving opinions and discussing preferences in comparisons, short conversations and real situations.

2.1 To identify and use the demonstrative pronouns and make questions using expressions as: how much it cost and which one do you like in order to compare prices and talk about likes and dislikes when you are purchasing clothes and things 2.2 To talk about entertainment using likes and dislike, the expression what kind and to express invitations and excuses in oral and written task.

THIRD

3.1 PRESENT CONTINUOUS

3.1.1. Yes/no and wh-questions. 3.1.2. Statements and short answers. 3.1.3. Quantifiers: all, nearly all, most, many, a lot of, some, not many, a few, few. 3.1.4. Pronoun: no one. 3.2 ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY 3.2.1. Questions: how often, how long, how well, and how good. 3.2.2. Short answers.

Talk and discuss about familiar topics using present continuous and quantifiers, likewise, discuss about sports and free time activities using adverbs of frequency, how often in questions and giving short answers in oral and written way.

3.1 To use the present continuous with yes/no and wh-questions in order to exchange information about family life in writing reports. 3.2 To apply adverbs of frequency asking and describing sports, fitness activities and routines in conversations and short paragraphs.

2 QUANTIFIERS 4. 4.2.2. jobs.2.2 To talk about health problems and give advice using infinitive complements and to ask for advice and give suggestions about health care products using modals verbs can. Questions: how many.1.1. vocabulary about countries. vacations and free time in oral and written conversations.1. Modal verbs: can and should.3. at the same time . To describe people and ask for specific appearance information in oral and written form using questions and the verb look like. handle with and apply present and past simple.2.1 CONJUNCTIONS 2. YEAR ACHIEVEMENT: To recognize. for and since with the Present perfect in order to describe past experiences.1. as well as to identify vocabulary related to health.3. Yes/no and Wh-questions.2. how much. 1.3.1 To use simple past structure to talk about past events.1. 1.1.2. family life. asking about and describing locations with count and non-count nouns through written vacation reports and making essays. One. shopping. To handle with the past form of verbs and quantifiers in order to narrate past events. listening activities and grammar exercises S U B J E T: P FIRST LEARNING TOOLS ENGLISH PERIOD ACHIEVEMENT G R A D E: SEVENTH PURPOSE OF SESSION 1. 2. Infinitive complements.1 To ask for specific information about physical appearance in order to identify people in the same way to use modifiers with participles and prepositions to describe what people are doing or wearing in some statements and conversations.1.1 To talk about people hometowns using adverbs.2. sports and places taking into account the grammar structures in conversations.4. Simple Past. For and since.4. likewise. 2. Already and yet. 2. 4. Present Perfect vs. Adverbs before adjectives. Regular and Irregular verbs. and however. 2. written reports.1. could and may for requests.2.2. any and some. Statements and short answers with regular and irregular past participles.2 PRESENT PERFECT 1.2.2. yet. Yes/no and Wh-questions. but. Should for suggestions. Count and noncount nouns. Modifiers with participles and prepositions. 2.1. adjectives and conjunctions and to discuss and suggest popular vacation places and activities to do using can and should in oral expositions.2 MODAL VERBS 2. 1.2.2.3. Past of Be. to handle with regular and irregular past participles and the signal words already. 4. Conjunctions: and.1.1. 4. 1. 1. entertainment. 1. 2. differentiate.3. 4.2. 4.2.P FOURTH L A N D E E S T U D I O S D-ACA-001V1 4.5. could and may in oral and written form. 4.2 To talk and ask about recent activities using the present perfect with already and yet and to discuss experiences from the recent and distant past using the present perfect and simple past with for and since in oral way. Prepositions of place.1. Statements and short answers.2. 1. 4. . daily obligations and to apply them in some statements and conversations.3.1 DESCRIPTIONS 1. 2.1. SECOND To use modals verbs to ask for and give suggestions and advices in short compositions.1.2. readings. though. 1.4. Questions for describing people. 4.1.1 SIMPLE PAST 4.2. 2.2 To recognize the count and non-count nouns and the question expressions how many and how much to describe locations in written reports.2. Can. 4. Thereis/there are.

then. listen to opinions about them in written and oral way.1 To talk about past habitual actions. remembering childhood memories to use past tense in indirect questions with WH questions.1 To show the purpose of activities to learn adjectives and negative adjectives to describe houses and apartments.2.1. 2. Verb + infinitive.2. 2.2. 2.2.2.2 To discuss life changes using the comparative and several tenses.2.2.1 AGREE AND DISAGREE 3. besides to apply comparative and superlative forms to make places comparisons to express opinions orally and written.1. Sequence adverbs: first. 4.1 To express in oral way agreement and disagreement ideas about food preferences using too. Future with Be going to. So. 4. 1. Indirect questions from Whquestions. 4.1. written reports. finally. Present Tense.2. FOURTH To use be going to and present continuous to express future plans in conversations . be going to and time expressions in the same way to leave messages using tell and ask in phone conversations (role play).P THIRD L A N D E E S T U D I O S D-ACA-001V1 3. to order food at a restaurant using the modal verbs.3. Superlative forms. too. 3.2. S U B J E T: P FIRST LEARNING TOOLS 1.1. 3.2. PAST AND PERFECT TENSES. 2. listening activities and grammar exercises. 1.2. after that.1. so.1 COMPARISONS.1 To describe in oral and written conversations future plans and future activities using the present continuous. differentiate. YEAR ACHIEVEMENT: To recognize. Present Perfect 4. 2. 3. To express agreement ideas about food likes or dislikes in written and oral repots. Used to for habitual actions. measurements. 4.2.1. Messages with tell and ask. Would and will for requests. as well as.3. neither. Questions with how. readings.3.4. 3.1.2 To use comparative and superlative forms in order to talk about geography and discuss distances.2.2.1. neither and either. by comparing things and situations in written reports.2.1. 4. 4. either. and places using questions with how. ENGLISH PERIOD ACHIEVEMENT G R A D E: EIGHTH PURPOSE OF THE SESSION To use vocabulary about childhood. Evaluations and comparisons with nouns. 4. 2.1.2. 3.1 FUTURE 4. 1. Count and no count nouns.2 ADJECTIVES 3. present perfect to express comparisons in evaluations with adjectives and sequence adverbs. besides to use verb + infinitive in order to talk about future plans and hopes based on evidence through conversations.2 SIMPLE PAST VS PRESENT PERFECT.1. next.2 To practice simple past and present perfect to evaluate and compare adjectives and nouns and developing skills in main ideas and details in different listening and reading activities . transportation and city services to introduce habitual actions by using past tense in a short reading compositions and working in phrases and questions. 2. would and will in requests. Comparative forms.2 To express adverbs of quantity to learn about childhood vocabulary with count and non-count nouns in written and oral reports SECOND To use simple past vs. 4. handle with and apply correctly the tenses and vocabulary studied through the year taking into account the grammar structures in conversations.1 PAST TENSE.2 ADVERBS OF QUANTITY.2 PRESENT. oral presentations. 1.1.1. grammar exercises and written reports 4. 3. Future with Present Continuous. Past Tense. Evaluations and comparisons with adjectives. 1. 1.1.1.1.

1.3. Requests with modals. will and modals in oral presentations. 1.2. Like.2 To have a discussion about job skills using gerunds and short responses for checking job profiles besides talking about job preferences using clauses with because for arguing reasons. conversations and written reports. present and future for making contrasts. 3. to give travel advice using modals for necessity and suggestion through role plays. Imperatives and infinitives for giving suggestions.2 MODAL VERBS..2 To use two part verbs and modals to make requests in oral and written situations proposed in class. 1. YEAR ACHIEVEMENT: To recognize.1. ENGLISH PERIOD ACHIEVEMENT To express past events about life making use and contrast of past grammar tenses such as Simple Past and Past Continuous.2. To use “be going to” and the modal auxiliary will to make statements depending on whether.1. auxiliary used to and passive voice with by. before. listening activities and grammar exercises. don’t like. Be going to and will.1 REAL CONDITIONALS.1.3.2.2. might. written reports.1.2. Simple present Vs Simple future. Adverbial clauses of time: when. to describe special events in oral and written reports. should (not). 3. need to. after.2 GERUNDS AND CLAUSES. Modals for necessity and suggestion: must. Job preferences. 1. FOURTH To employ infinitives.1 To discuss life and developments in different times using past.1 FUTURE AND MODAL VERBS. Time expressions.1. 4. Simple Present structures like passive voice without by and future tenses with auxiliaries will. may.? 4.P THIRD L A N D E E S T U D I O S D-ACA-001V1 3. as well as talk about consequences using conditional sentences with if clauses for knowing consequences of our actions..1. in addition.2.2.2. ought to.2. listening and speaking activities.1.2.1. Would you mind. 1.1. hate and love.2. better.4. 1. 4. Two-part verbs. as well as to apply relative and adverbial clauses of time. adverbs and adjectives. 4. handle with and apply the tenses and vocabulary studied through the year taking into account the grammar structures in conversations. 3. 4. expressing plans or predictions. 3. G R A D E: NINTH PURPOSE OF SESSION FIRST 1. 1.2 RELATIVE CLAUSES. 4. S U B J E T: P LEARNING TOOLS 1. . imperatives and infinitives giving suggestions in reading.2 To use relative and adverbial clauses of time to describe holidays and festivals and special events in written and oral activities.2. their actions consequences and sharing what people think through performing short conversations. (don’t) have to.1. readings. 3.2. Relative clauses of time. 3. 3. have to and be able to for comparing how life changes in several aspects for showing what people like.1 INFINITIVES AND GERUNDS. differentiate. to be able to express opinions taking into account all the topics worked. 1. Verbs. 4.1 To describe plans and traveling using be going to. 1. Because.1. 3.1. Will for responding to requests. gerunds and imperatives.3. 3. 4.1 To express gerunds.2. Infinitives and gerunds for uses and purposes.2.

2 REPORTED SPEECH. through written and who.P L A N D E E S T U D I O S D-ACA-001V1 2. Possessive adjectives transmitting a specific message to a third and requests in conversations and written reports for transmitting messages. Since.3. all done actions verbs.2.2. Transitive and intransitive talk about key features of countries around the world using the passive present and past.1. tell. have to for pointing out what it’s possible to do express possibility. making descriptions of them using relative clauses like who.2.1. already and yet.2.1.2. obligations and prohibitions with modals 3.1. 3. must. used to. PRESENT PERFECT / 2. passive voice with by. would have and should have for expressing regrets. 2.2 To recognize direct speech and reported speech in order to report excuses 4.2. oral texts. clauses which. have to. To express imaginary or unreal situation 4. through the second conditional using wishes 4.2 MODAL VERBS. for. as well as.1 UNREAL CONDITIONALS.2.2. to express regrets using the past modals and unreal situations using the second conditional for saying what people could plan in hypothetical situations.Would be or would like to do. Questions with how long.1.2 PAST CONTINUOUS.2 To explain gestures and talk about signs using modal verbs and adverbs to 3. To describe actors and movies using relative 3. events using the Present Perfect Continuous for reporting summaries about time.1. 3. obligations. Requests and invitations. conversations and short readings. obligation and prohibition in written reports. Object pronouns. prohibitions.2. Can. as well as. people’s whole life. as well as.1. Past participles.2. as well as.1 To identify the unreal condition (type two) talking about imaginary or 4. 3. present simple. which and that with relatives clauses to add information in books and (Possibility.1. 3.3. passive voice without by. that.3.1 RELATIVE CLAUSES. Irregular verbs. can. since past until present through the 2. Adjectives. which and that. Besides. movies for reporting their descriptions.1 PASSIVE VOICE.1. could. and it’s not. tell and the object and possessive 4.2.1. 4. 2.2. present and future aspects about life making use of the different grammar tenses as Simple Past and Continuous. permission.1 To talk about books and movies using participles as adjectives for 3. showing permissions. Movies and books. Advice and suggestions. say. 3.1.1. 2.2. Adverbs. allowed to and 3. pronouns. Simple past.2 To talk about events. landmarks. SIMPLE application of Present Perfect Continuous with PAST. 4. and accomplishments in their lives using its time expressions for telling summaries CONTINUOUS the Past Continuous and the Simple Past for telling stories as well as talk about about people’s life at a certain moment of the 2. recognizing all the aspects that surrounds life as permissions. may.1.1. economy activities.2.2.2. who and that for expressing describing people and objects characteristics and using the relative pronouns 3. send written reports as well as give opinions about predicaments using past modals 4. monuments and works of art using the To point out responsible people or authors of 2. person.2. Allowed to.2.1. accidents. 4. 3.1. YEAR ACHIEVEMENT: To express past. Who. Might. FOURTH THIRD SECOND S U B J E T: P LEARNING TOOLS ENGLISH PERIOD ACHIEVEMENT G R A D E: TENTH PURPOSE OF SESSION . might. without by (Simple Present) for locating places of the features. passive with by (Simple Past) for recognizing authors of the actions moreover actions and inventions using passive voice in 2. which. 2.1. having a messenger role for 4. may. obligation and prohibition). characteristics of them.3. could.1.3.1.2. Must.3. permission.1 To talk about famous landmarks. messages using reported speech with ask. Say.3. famous inventions and their most important characters who influenced on their creations and the development of life. as tool for showing what people would like to hypothetical situations to express own ideas through conversations and 4. Simple present.

1. using comparisons with adjectives nouns.2 To have a discussion about people’s opinions of jobs.1.1 To discuss ideal friends and partners using relative pronouns to describe personalities by performing short conversations as well as talk about things people like and don’t like using clauses containing it to complain about specific situations given in class.1 REQUESTS. 3. 3. 4. besides.1 To talk about environmental problems.1.1.2 To discuss what needs fixing using need and keep with passive infinitive and gerunds to explain something that needs to be done or being solved.2 GERUND PHRASES.1.3 Customs around the world. 4. 2. FOURTH 4. use gerunds with KEEP and NEED to talk about daily home technical problems and complaints.1 Cultural vocabulary. 3. 1.4 Complaints 1. verbs and past participles through debates proposed in class to discuss the pros and cons of jobs.3 Keep + gerund / Need + gerund / Need + passive infinitive.2 PREFERENCES AND PERSONAL QUALITIES. 1.1 Would rather / would prefer. 1. 4. using the Present Continuous and Present Perfect Passive tenses.2 Present Perfect passive.2.2. COMPARISONS.2 Gerund phrases as objects. and gerunds in order to discuss favors and messages by practicing to ask questions in diverse forms as well as describe past events or situations using Simple Past and Past Perfect oral and written to practice storytelling. CLAUSES WITH IT + ADVERBIAL CLAUSES WITH WHEN.2 . conversations and written reports.2. in order to discuss social problems and environmental concerns by performing short conversations.1 PASSIVE WITH PREPOSITIONS. 4. 4.1 NOUN PHRASES CONTAINING RELATIVE CLAUSES. verbs and past participles. the custom to.1.3 Agree and disagree.1.2. 1. using relative pronouns.2. Simple Past.3.1. 3. To differentiate active voice from passive voice with Present Continuous and Present Perfect. as well as. 3 . by solving grammar activities. 3. 1.1 Describing problems with past participles as adjectives.1 Present Continuous passive.4 Consumer complaints and repairs. give personal opinion using the expressions would rather. 1. 1. 3 .2. 2. 3. THIRD 3. 3.P L A N D E E S T U D I O S D-ACA-001V1 1.2.2 DESCRIBING PROBLEMS. . using gerund phrases as subjects and objects to describe jobs and talk about unusual careers as well as make comparisons between jobs and people.2.1 Past Continuous vs.2. as well as prepositions of cause to identify and describe problems discussing what students can do about problems.3. as well as.2 Likes and dislikes.1 Requests with modals.3 Past Perfect. To use modals. To discuss differences among customs and the joys and difficulties of living in foreign country through oral presentations to express own ideas about personal expectations in short life term. EXPECTATIONS. 2. acceptable to.2.2 Describing problems with past participles with nouns.2 Newspaper sections.2 To talk about personal preferences using would rather and would prefer to discuss pros and cons of different college majors as well as talk about personal qualities using by+ gerund to discuss about ways to learn. if clauses. 2. 3.1 To ask for favors with borrow and lend. 2. 1.1 Personality descriptions. 4.1. SECOND 2.3 Environmental problems and solutions. FIRST 1. 2.2. PAST TENSES. To talk about personalities and qualities. 4. 2. describe cultural expectations using WHEN and if clauses to give advice as describing problems using nouns and past participles as adjectives to make complaints. using modals and if clauses for making unusual requests and making indirect requests by practicing leaving messages to accept and decline favors.2.2.3 Indirect requests. likes and dislikes. 2. 2. INFINITIVE CLAUSES AND PHRASES.1. using infinitive clauses and phrases for coming up with solutions. if clauses. nouns.2 To describe past events use the Simple Past and Past Continuous in order to narrate a story besides telling stories using the Past Perfect for describing events in the past.2 Supposed to. 3.1 To talk about living abroad using noun phrases and relative clauses to express emotions. 4.2 By + gerund to describe how to do things.3 Jobs and careers.4 Comparisons with adjectives. clauses containing it and comparisons structures to exchange opinions about advantages and disadvantages of various jobs and careers by performing short discussions and conversations for expressing jobs and careers preferences.1.2 Borrow and Lend. would prefer and by+ gerund through role plays.1 RELATIVE PRONOUNS. expected to.1 Gerund phrases as subjects. and gerunds.

describing features and giving reasons for success. Can. in oral and written exercises. listening and writing skills.2.2. to give opinions with modals should have and would have to give advice for predicaments through conversations. could. because of. would. may. speeches and conversations proposed in class. structures and vocabulary about culture.1 TIME CLAUSES.2.2 PASSIVE WITH MODALS. listening and writing activities. May (not) have. 1. after. 2. 3.2. 2. 3.1 . Modal verbs.2.2 To discuss jobs by using defining and non. Future Perfect. 2. to discuss several contemporary topics.1.1 To talk about milestones in life using a variety of time clauses to describe rites of passage and life turning points and to use should have + past participle and if clauses in the past perfect to describe regrets and hypothetical situations.3.3.1. in order to discuss personal experiences. Might. should. 3. using gerunds and infinitives with modals depending on the situation. for. from… to. as well as.2 To talk about important past events using time references to discuss significant historic events around the world. Businesses and advertising vocabulary.1 SUGGESTIONS WITH GERUNDS AND INFINITIVES. Negative questions. For. at. on. In.defining relative clauses for describing careers in the media. 2.2 INFINITIVE CLAUSES.2.2. 2.1. by making written reports and analyzing other’s people comments.1 Because. to use passive voice with modals in order to talk about how something is done or made.1. 3.1.get done.1. Entertainment and industry vocabulary. THIRD To deal with past modals by making conclusions.3. 1. 3. during. use Simple Future. Before. 2. Must (not) have. also. as well as. . Have done. 3. to discuss about services and dating using three. because of.word phrasal verbs and make suggestions with a variety of structures to ask for and give advice. 1. and could have to make conclusions and give explanations. and suggestions by using past modals must have. Must.2.2. expressions. 3.1. 1. as soon as. 3. once.2. If clauses+ past perfect.1. since. S U B J E T: P FIRST LEARNING TOOLS ENGLISH PERIOD ACHIEVEMENT To give suggestions and advice.1. Should not have+ past participle.2. 2. to talk about regrets and hypothetical situations. Since. may have. due to.2. 3.1. describing events and giving advice through different class activities. using the passive voice with modals in oral and written way. environmental problems and complaints to develop the communicative. after. 2. as well as to describe how something is done or made. 1. as well as to give reasons about personal issues in conversations and written reports. Could (not) have. due to discuss the future with a variety of structures for talking about things to be accomplished in the future. such as professional services and dating.P L A N D E E S T U D I O S D-ACA-001V1 YEAR ACHIEVEMENT: To use the different grammar tenses. Should (not) have Would (not) have. using them in in oral and written exercises in order to be able to communicate own ideas and discuss them in diverse debates.1. due to. 3. 1. 2. reasons.1.1 To express ideas about services using causatives to talk about things people need to have done. 1. G R A D E: ELEVENTH PURPOSE OF SESSION 1. by performing natural conversations. SECOND To use time and infinitive clauses like before.3.1 To give explanations.1.2. Might (not) have.Participle verbs.1.3.2. ago. 1. expectations and major life events.2 To use infinitive clauses and phrases to express purpose and describe quality for success and to talk about ads and slogans by performing spontaneous conversations. as well as.2.1 PAST MODALS. 2.2.1. 3. 1.2 FUTURE CONTINUOUS AND FUTURE PERFECT. customs.3.

must be. 4. expressions.Past participle verbs.1 To make recommendations using passive modals to give opinions pros and cons according to controversial issues. talk about personal experiences.1. 4.2 To discuss volunteer work using complex noun phrases with gerunds to describe challenges. 4.1. To give recommendations or opinions using expressions with should be. ought to be by expressing agree and disagree and applying tag questions.P FOURTH L A N D E E S T U D I O S D-ACA-001V1 4. present and future perfect.1. future goals. past and passive modals.1. as well as. speeches and conversations proposed in class. 4. Would like to have+ past participle. should be. achievements and goals using several tenses to discuss challenges in oral and written way. Challenges and frustrations.1.2. Must be. frustrations.4.2. structures and vocabulary studied to develop the communicative.2. as well as.1 RECOMMENDATIONS AND OPINIONS. Agree and disagree.2 GERUNDS WITH PRESENT PERFECT AND FUTURE PERFECT.3. 4.2. 4. .2. using Present Perfect and Future Perfect through oral and written reports. YEAR ACHIEVEMENT: To use the time and infinitive clauses.3.3. 4. and ought to be. rewards. 4. 4. Tag questions. to express agreement and disagreement with Tag Questions offering different points of view building up conversations and written exercises. Goals in future.1. listening and writing skills in order to be able to communicate own ideas and discuss them in diverse debates.2.