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  • 1. FOURTH SESSION

2. HOW ARE YOU TODAY? 3. 5 WARM-UP 4. REVIEW LAST SESSION What did we do? Which were the main contents? Did you find it difficult, too long, boring, interesting, useful? Did you understand what you had to do? If not, did you ask for help? 5. THIRD AND FOURTH SESSION CONTENTS PRESENTATIONS: Glogster Posters about yourselves. PRONUNCIATION -/s/ or /z/ -/a:/ -/t/;/d/;/id/ -Tongue Twisters GRAMMAR: -Past Simple and Past Continuous -VERB + INFINITIVE OR THE ING FORM READING -Text about Multicultural English. -Expand vocabulary about multiculturalism and the situation of English nowadays. LISTENING -Video about Endangered Languages. -Bingo Game SPEAKING -Interact with their classmates to revise their own thoughts about multiculturalism, English as lingua franca ,etc. -Discussion If we lose languages, we lose cultures -Bingo -Role Play: A Visit to the Doctors. 6. FIFTH SESSION CONTENTS PRESENTATIONS:- -Glogster Posters giving reasons why your language should be elevated in status. -Endangered Languages PRONUNCIATION -/ /, //, /a:/ Sounds -Tongue Twisters GRAMMAR: -Expressing future. -Modal verbs of obligation, prohibition and advice. READING --Different texts about Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland and England. LISTENING -How to understand the differences between the UK and Great Britain. SPEAKING -Role Play: A Visit to the Doctors. -Pair work: How adaptable are you? -Role play about Culture Shock. -Two students will be a professional couple or friends (they can decide on their occupations) who wish to emigrate to the UK. They havent yet decided where in the UK they want to live. In groups, you will have to persuade a professional couple to move to one of the UK countries that you represent. You will have to consider; Job opportunities, climate, location, culture, sports, people, and many other things that you may consider relevant. WRITING FINAL TASK You have decided to spend your holidays somewhere in England, (dates from the 12th of August until the 28th of August), so you will have to plan many things. After having planned all these, prepare a short presentation to explain your classmates, giving details on expenses and why you chose that options among many others. 7. PRONUNCIATION / /, //, /a:/. Sounds Notice the different pronunciations: / / : bad, mass, sat / e / : bed, mess, set 8. TONGUE-TWISTER CAN YOU IMAGINE AN IMAGINARY MENAGERIE MANAGER IMAGINING MANAGING AN IMAGINARY MENAGERIE? 9. DIFFERENCES UK & GREAT BRITAIN 10. TASK EXPLANATION A COUPLE 4 GROUPS EACH REPRESENT A DIFFERENT UK COUNTRY (Info pages 52-64) -WALES -NORTHERN IRELAND -ENGLAND -SCOTLAND 11. BRITAIN 12. ENGLISH ICONS 13. ENGLAND-STATISTICS 1. More than 250 languages are spoken in London. 2. More than 9% of secondary school children in England dont have English as their first language. 3. The population of the United Kingdom is almost 60 million. 4. The population of England is just over 50 million. 5. Britain has more people aged over 60 than under 16. 6. The currency of the UK is the pound.100 pence make one pound. Taken from: www.teachingenglish.org.uk BBC | British Council 2010 14. ENGLAND, UK , GREAT BRITAIN? Whats the first country you think of when you think of the United Kingdom? Whats the difference between England, the United Kingdom and Great Britain? Have you, or any of your classmates, ever visited any of the cities mentioned in the text? Which other famous people do you consider to be English icons? Taken from: www.teachingenglish.org.uk BBC | British Council 2010 15. COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG Cockney rhyming slang originated in the East end of London. Sort of secret code ,two theories: 1-invented by prisoners who wanted to communicate with one another without the guards understanding 2-that market vendors invented it to be able to speak without the customers understanding them. It works by taking a pair of connected words (e.g. Boat race) and the second word rhymes with the word you want to hide. (e.g. Shes got a beautiful boat meaning shes got a beautiful face!) (Sometimes it can be one word that just rhymes with the word you want to hide). Taken from: www.teachingenglish.org.uk BBC | British Council 2010 16. COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG 17. WHAT THE BRITISH DO NOT SAY 18. WHAT THE BRITISH DO NOT SAY 19. WHAT THE BRITISH DO NOT SAY 20. WRITING FINAL TASK You have decided to spend your holidays somewhere in England, (dates from the 12th of August until the 28th of August), so you will have to plan many things. After having planned all these, prepare a short presentation to explain your classmates, giving details on expenses and why you chose that options among many others. 21. WORKSHEET A : HOW ADAPTABLE ARE YOU? _ Have you had to move house several times? How did you feel about this change? _ Have you had to change jobs or schools several times? Do you find it difficult to adapt to a new job or school? _ Have you travelled to different countries? Which ones? Did you enjoy the experience? _ What is the longest time you have lived outside of your country? _ Do you think you are open to different ideas and different cultures? _ Would you go and live in a different country if you spoke the language? _ Would you go and live in a different country if you didnt speak the language? _ Do you know what culture shock is? 22. CULTURE SHOCK 23. ROLE PLAY: A Doctors Visit A = Doctor B= Patient A: Hi. Come on in and have a seat. Now what seems to be the problem? B: I have a rash on my arm. A: How long have you had the rash? B: Its been about a week. A: Are you taking anything for it? B: I put some cream on it but it doesnt seem to be helping. A: I see. Are you allergic to any medications? B: Not that I know of. A: Im going to give you a prescription for some ointment. I want you to apply it three times a day. You should also avoid scratching your skin. And its important to use as little soap as possible. Make an appointment to see me next week if it doesnt get better over the next few days. Taken from: (c) 2004 Lanternfish 24. BYE BYE TIME