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GLENN DOMAN SCHOOL SEQUENCE MAP 2012-2013 AREA: LANGUAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FROM 5th to 7TH GRADES.

PROGRAM: LANGUAGE: START PLAYER 4, 5, 6 READING AND WRITING: Opening doors (5th. 6th- 7th Basic) CHARACTERISTICS: 1.- It has to follow a logic sequence and cover all the academic standards. 2.- It must have all the contents reached. 3.- It must have the contents in spiral with levels of difficulties. FIFTH BASIC UNIT I. - FUN IN THE SUN VOCABULARY: - Travel words - Circus Words - Verbs - Numbers from 1 to 200 GRAMMAR: -Past Simple: regular and irregular verbs -Past Simple: Affirmative and Negative -Past Simple: Yes/No Questions -Past Simple: Wh Questions -There Be in Past -Verb to go + gerund -Wh-Questions + past with DO READING AND WRITING - Compositions -Words Spelling -Identifying Compound words (Act. 1 -Asking Where Questions (Act.2) -Categorizing Sports (Act. 3) -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act. 4-5) -Asking questions with How Many (Act. 6) -Identifying Parts of a Book (Act. 7a) -Creating a Story Map (Act. 7b) -Using Past Tense Verbs (Act. 41) -Asking questions with DO (Act.9) -Learning new Vocabulary (Act. 10) SIXTH BASIC UNIT I.- A DAY AT THE SCHOOL VOCABULARY: - School Subjects - School Vocabulary - Personality Adjectives - Animals - Verbs -Adjectives -Numbers from 1 tolOO GRAMMAR: -Present simple review -Present continuous review -Present simple vs. Present continuous -Frequency Adverbs -Past Simple review -Prepositions of Time and Place: AT, IN READING AND WRITING -Alphabet letters review -Words spelling -Asking and answering questions (Act.l) -Identifying Nouns (Act. 2) -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act. 3) -Writing Summaries (Act. 4a) -Capitals and Punctuation (Act. 4b) -Categorizing (Act. 4c) READING BOOK. "Cross Roads" SEVENTH BASIC UNIT I.-GROWING UP VOCABULARY: - Physical descriptions - Personality - School locations - School objects, subjects - Other words - Verbs -Numbers 1 to 100 GRAMMAR Present Simple vs. Past Simple Irregular Past Tense Verbs Frequency adverbs Past Continuous Used to READING AND WRITING Alphabet letters review Words spelling Opening Doors: Asking and Answering questions. I Like Music (activities 1 to 3), Irregular Past Tense Verbs (activity 4), Contractions (activity 15),Capitalization (Activity 29). Narrative writing (Activity 12) READING BOOK: "Windows to the World"

UNIT II.- ON THE FARM/THE PIONEERS VOCABULARY: - Farm words - Animal products - Adjectives - Pioneer vocabulary - Objects in a house - Places - Verbs - Adjectives - Numbers from 200 to 400 GRAMMAR: -Present Simple review -Comparatives adjectives -Ordinal numbers -Present simple versus Simple Past -Wh Questions in Past Tense -There Be: Present and Past READING AND WRITING -Categorizing Common Words (Act. 11) - Explaining Common Words (Act. 12) -Identifying Position Words (Act. 13) -Categorizing (Act. 16) -Multiple Word Meanings (Act. 17) -Demonstrating comprehension (Act. 20)

UNIDAD II.- ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS AND THE WILD WEST VOCABULARY: - Ancient Civilizations -Plants and animals - Adjectives -Wild West vocabulary -Rodeo Vocabulary -Verbs - Numbers from 100-300 GRAMMAR: -Prepositional Phrases -Past simple regular and irregular verbs -Past simple Wh-question -Could, couldn't -Comparative and superlative adjectives -Past Continuous -Interrupted Past -Past simple vs. past continuous READING AND WRITING -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act.5-6) -Capitalization (Act. 9-14) -Demonstrating comprehension (Act.7-8) -Past Tense Verbs (Act. 36) -Asking and answering Questions (Act.28)

UNIT II.- THE MOVIES VOCABULARY - Movie words - Adjectives/Gerunds - Types of movies - Verbs (Past Participle) -Numbers : hundreds GRAMMAR Present Perfect: Affirmative and Negative Present Perfect: Yes/No Questions Present Perfect: Wh -Questions Past simple Present Perfect vs. Past Simple Present Perfect using SINCE, FOR, JUST READING AND WRITING Opening Doors: Verbs (correct subject/verb agreement) activity 4. Irregular past tense verbs (activity 7) Prefixes: Transportation, (activity 17 Wnting a Summary READING BOOK:" Windows to the World"

-Using Past tense verbs (Act. 54) -Creating Plurals (Act. 55) -Interpreting information (Act. 57)-Demonstrating Comprehension (Act.42-43-45) -Adding a Suffix (Act. 59) -Identify Prefixes (Act. 61-62) READING BOOK : "NO LONGER A NOBODY"
UNIT VI.- DOWNTOWN VOCABULARY:

Places Physical Descriptions Crime Words Prepositions Verbs Numbers from 800 to 900 GRAMMAR : -Past Continuous: Affirmative, negative -Past Continuous: Yes/No Questions -Past Continuous: Wh Questions READING AND WRITING -Demonstrating comprehension (Act. 49-58-63) -Interpreting information (Act. 57) -Identifying Prefixes (Act. 65-69-70-71) -Descriptive Writing (Act. 66) -Past Tense Verbs review (Act. 67) -Rhythm, Rhyme and Poetry (Act. 72) -Identifying Nouns and Verbs (Act. 73 -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act. 64-68) READING BOOK : "NO LONGER A NOBODY" UNIT VII.- INVENTIONS/INFINITE SPACE VOCABULARY: - Inventions - Materials - Planets - Space - Adjectives - Prepositions review - Verbs - Numbers from 900 to 1000 - Large numbers GRAMMAR: -Present simple review -Past simple review -Past simple Wh - Question -Before, After -Past Continuous -Sequence Adverbs -Comparative and superlative review -Future going to review READING AND WRITING: -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act.74) -Use the table of contents (Act. 75a) -Narrative Writing (Act. 75b) -Rhyme, Rhythm and Poetry (Act. 76) -Asking and answering Questions (Act. 77) -Demonstrating comprehension (Act 78a78b) -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act.80-82-83) -Past Tense Irregular Verbs review (Act. 79) -Vocabulary (Act. 81) -Writing Checklist READING BOOK : "NO LONGER A NOBODY"

-Future with will: Wh Questions -Past Reported Speech: Imperatives Simple (questions with Who) -Adverbs of Reported Speech. Can/ Will manner READING AND WRITING Reading Comprehension activities: A READING AND WRITING Dark Sky, The Boy who Cried Wolf, -Demonstrative Pronouns (Act. 23) Navajo Myths Using quotation marks -Interpreting Diagrams (Act. 24) (activity 36 and 38). What happens to -Demonstrating Comprehension Act. trash (activity 37)Diagrams reading. 25a) -Narrative Writing (Act. 25b) Informative writing. Sentences -Writing a Summary (Act. 26a) combination. -Interpreting Inform, from Charts ( 26b) READING BOOK:" Adventures in - Demonstrating Comprehension (27a) other Lands" -Demonstrating Comprehension ( 27b) UNIT VI.EXPLORERS READING BOOK : Doors to Discovery" AND WILD
PLACES UNIT VI.- SURFING THE INTERNET AROUND THE WORLD VOCABULARY:

- Computer words - Technology - Feelings -Languages -Adjectives - Verbs -Numbers from 1 to 1000 review GRAMMAR: -Zero conditional - Past Simple review -Will for spontaneous decisions -Future with going to -Future with will/won't -Future with May, Might -Certainty versus Possibility READING AND WRITING -Identifying Main Idea of Picture ( 30) -Imperative and Exclamatory (Act. 31) -Identifying the main idea (Act. 32) -Writing in Sequence (Act. 33) -Using the table of Contents (Act. 34) -Identifying Verbs (Act. 35) -Past Tense Verbs (Act. 36-39) -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act. 37) READING BOOK : "Foot Prints"
UNIT VII.- GET ACTIVE VOCABULARY

- Camping - Expedition words - Weather - Environment - Animals - Equipment - Verbs (Present, Past and Past Participle) Numbers: Millions
GRAMMAR

Modal Verbs May/might, Should First Conditional Second Conditional Phrasal Verbs Hc.ve to
READING AND WRITING

- Vacations/Travel Words - Sailing Words -Warm-up and exercises verbs - Health and Exercises -Adjectives and adverbs review -Numbers: Thousand quantities GRAMMAR: -Imperatives -Zero Conditional -First Conditional -Past Tense with When -General grammar review READING AND WRITING -Descriptive writing (Act. 37) -Descriptive Adjectives (Act. 38) - Adjectives that compare(Act. 40b) -Alphabetizing (Act. 41) -Writing Checklist/ Peer Editing READING BOOK : "Foot Prints"

Reading comprehension activities; The Spanish Establish Missions. The Food Web (activity 24), The fox and the Goat (activity 25), Orangutan (activity 26) Writing informational Reports (activity 32) Writing a Summary READING BOOK: Adventures in other Lands" UNIT VII: WILD PLACES & SHOW TIME. VOCABULARY: - Biomes - Environment - Animals - Equipment - Verbs (Present, Past and Past Participle) - Other words - Movement words - Musical genres - Musical instruments - Music vocabulary - Adverbs and prepositions - Large numbers and quantities
GRAMMAR

Modal Verbs May/might, Should Present Perfect Have to Imperatives Modal verbs Past and present Present an future Review of verb tenses Adverbs and prepositions First Conditional Second Conditional

Phrasal Verbs Have to READING AND WRITING Parts of a book (Activity 27), Earth Day Celebration (Activity 28), Prefixes (activity 30), Air Pollution (Activity 31), Writing informational Reports (activity 32), Community River Park (Activity 33). Writing a Narrative letter Writing Checklist / Peer Editing Cause and effect (activity 9), Singular possessive nouns (activity 34), Protecting the Ocean from Hazardous Waste (Activity 35) READING BOOK: Adventures in other Lands"

OBSERVATIONS:

S. PRINCIPAL

S. COORDINATOR

ANNUAL PLAN 1. INFORMATIVE DATA: LEVEL:


BASIC SCHOOL

AREA: FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER: Jazmina Pazmio

SUBJECT: LANGUAGE SCHOOL YEAR: 2012-2013

GRADE: 5TH BASIC

2. TIME Work weeks number Weekly hours Unimprovised Weeks 10% Evaluation 20% Total of Weekly classes 28 Total of hours Total of hours per unit 36 hours

40

4 weeks

8 weeks

252 hours

3. FOREIGN LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE The students apply a second Language using the five skills to build a meaningful communication, expressing their Opinion, feelings and thoughts, in an intercultural environment in daily situations showing respect to others and understanding the language influence. 4. GRADE AND SUBJECT OBJECTIVE Students produce and develop their previous and new knowledge by speaking, writing, listening and reading, in order to learn, to recognize and communicate specific ideas with others in real life, understanding foreign language, associating it to Ecuadorian culture and learning in an enjoyable environment. 5. KNOWLEDGE SYSTEM: KNOWLEDGE SYSEM (SM) SKILLS SYSTEM VALUES SYSTEM

UNIT I. - FUN IN THE SUN VOCABULARY: - Travel words - Circus Words - Verbs - Numbers from 1 to 200 GRAMMAR; -Past Simple: regular and irregular verbs -Past Simple: Affirmative and Negative -Past Simple: Yes/No Questions -Past Simple: Wh Questions -There Be in Past -Verb to go + gerund -Wh-Questions + past with DO

UNIT I: FUN IN THE SUN LISTENING: - Follow directions READING: - Identify - Comprehend WRITING: - Describe SPEAKING: - Use past tense

UNIT 1: FUN IN THE SUN - Respect new classmates 'opinion. - Follow classroom rules.

READING AND WRITING - Compositions -Words Spelling -Identifying Compound words Act 1 -Asking Where Questions (Act.2) -Categorizing Sports (Act. 3) -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act. 4-5) -Asking questions with How Many (Act. 6) -Identifying Parts of a Book (Act. 7a) -Creating a Story Map (Act. 7b) -Using Past Tense Verbs (Act. 41) -Asking questions with DO (Act.9) -Learning new Vocabulary (Act. 10)

UNIT II.- ON THE FARM/THE PIONEERS VOCABULARY: - Farm words - Animal products - Adjectives - Pioneer vocabulary - Objects in a house - Places - Verbs - Numbers from 200 to 400 GRAMMAR: -Present Simple review -Comparatives adjectives -Ordinal numbers -Present simple versus Simple Past -Wh - Questions in Past Tense -There Be: Present and Past READING AND WRITING -Categorizing Common Words (Act. 11) - Explaining Common Words (Act. 12) -Identifying Position Words (Act. 13) -Categorizing (Act. 16) -Multiple Word Meanings (Act. 17) -Demonstrating comprehension (Act. 20) -Identifying Sight Words (Act. 21) -Vocabulary (Act. 14-15-18) READING BOOK: "STRONG & TRUE"

UNIT II: ON THE FARM!/THE PIONEERS LISTENING: - Compare READING: - Categorize WRITING: - Practice comparatives SPEAKING: - Employ unit vocabulary

UNIT II: ON THE FARM!/THE PIONEERS - Value and respect others physical appearances. - Follow classroom rules.

UNIT III.- CHAMPIONS VOCABULARY: - Sports - Activities - Verbs - Adjectives - Numbers from 400 to 600 GRAMMAR: -Modal Auxiliaries: Can, Can't -Modal Auxiliaries: Could, Couldn't -Comparatives and Superlatives

UNIT III: CHAMPIONS LISTENING: - Classify -Categorize & Organize READING: - Observe WRITING: - Compose SPEAKING: - Design & explain story maps -Sing

UNIT III: CHAMPIONS - Be creative by building stories - Follow classroom rules.

-Superlative adjectives -Ordinal numbers READING AND WRITING -Rhyme, Fluency and Poetry (Act. 25) -Months of the Year Abbreviations (Act. 27) -Identifying The Prefix un (Act. 28) -Identifying The Prefix re_(Act. 29) -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act.30-31-32) -Descriptive Writing (Act. 33) -Creating a Word Map (Act. 34) READING BOOK: "STRONG & TRUE" UNIT IV.- HEALTHY AND CLEAN VOCABULARY: - Grooming Items - Health and Safety - Food and Diet - Verbs - Numbers from 600 to 700 GRAMMAR: -Present simple review -Should and Shouldn't -Like / love / hate +gerund -Possessive Adjectives -Reflexive Pronouns -Comparative and superlatives adjectives READING AND WRITING -Identifying Contractions (Act. 26) -Punctuation: Question Mark, Period, or Exclamation Mark (Act. 36) -Punctuation: Commas in a Series (Act. 38-48) -Using Past Tense verbs (Act. 41-46) -Demonstrating comprehension (Act. 35-37) -Compound Words (Act. 44) -Categorizing (Act. 47) -Creating Plurals (Act. 50-51) -Adding a suffix (Act. 56) READING BOOK : "STRONG & TRUE" UNIT IV: HEALTHY & CLEAN LISTENING: - Identify READING: - Value WRITING: - Use & revise punctuation SPEAKING: - Talk about good habits using modals. UNIT IV: HEALTHY & CLEAN - Strengthen their identity by feeling well with their self-esteem. - Follow classroom rules.

UNIT V.- SUPERSTARS UNIT V: SUPERSTARS VOCABULARY: LISTENING: - Performing arts - Categorize - Subjects READING: - Verbs - Infer - Numbers from 700 to 800 WRITING: GRAMMAR: - Criticize -Future with Going to: Affirmative and - Judge Negative SPEAKING: -Future with Going to: Yes/No - Program future plans

UNIT V: SUPERSTARS - Is responsible of attending meetings on time. - Follow classroom rules.

Questions -Future with Going to: Wh Questions -Sequence Adverbs READING AND WRITING -Identifying Adverbs (Act. 52) -Contrasting plurals (Act. 53) -Using Past tense verbs (Act. 54) -Creating Plurals (Act. 55) -Interpreting information (Act. 57)-Demonstrating Comprehension (Act.42-43-45) -Adding a Suffix (Act. 59) -Identify Prefixes (Act. 61-62) READING BOOK : "NO LONGER A NOBODY"

UNIT VI.- DOWNTOWN VOCABULARY: - Places - Physical Descriptions - Crime Words - Prepositions - Verbs - Numbers from 800 to 900 GRAMMAR : -Past Continuous: Affirmative, Negative -Past Continuous: Yes/No Questions -Past Continuous: Wh Questions READING AND WRITING -Demonstrating comprehension (Act. 49-58-63) -Interpreting information (Act. 57) -Identifying Prefixes (Act. 65-69-70-71) -Descriptive Writing (Act. 66) -Past Tense Verbs review (Act. 67) -Rhythm, Rhyme and Poetry (Act. 72) -Identifying Nouns and Verbs (Act. 73 -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act. 64-68) READING BOOK : "NO LONGER A NOBODY"

UNIT VI: DOWNTOWN UNIT VI: DOWNTOWN LISTENING: - Respect the rules while crossing streets. - Solve - Follow classroom rules. - Follow directions READING: - Interpret information WRITING: - Use prepositions SPEAKING: - Use past continuous -Create reports & Interviews.

UNIT VII.INVENTIONS/INFINITE SPACE VOCABULARY: - Inventions - Materials - Planets - Space - Adjectives - Prepositions review - Verbs - Numbers from 900 to 1000 - Large numbers GRAMMAR: -Present simple review -Past simple review

UNIT VII : INVENTIONS & INFINITIVE SPACE LISTENING: - Recognize READING; - Analyze - Investigate WRITING: - Construct narrative writing - Evaluate SPEAKING: - Discuss - Propose

UNIT VII: INVENTIONS & INFINITIVE SPACE - Love and appreciate the creation of God. - Follow classroom rules.

-Past simple Wh - Question -Before, After -Past Continuous -Sequence Adverbs -Comparative and superlative review -Future going to review READING AND WRITING: -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act. 74) -Use the table of contents (Act. 75a) -Narrative Writing (Act. 75b) -Rhyme, Rhythm and Poetry (Act. 76) -Asking and answering Questions (Act. 77) -Demonstrating comprehension (Act. 78a-78b) -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act.80-82-83) -Past Tense Irregular Verbs review (Act. 79) -Vocabulary (Act. 81) -Writing Checklist READING BOOK : "NO LONGER A NOBODY"

6. OBJETIVES PER UNITS

UNITS
Reinforcement of grammar.

U0

U1

Learn new vocabulary, ways of traveling, talk about people who work at the circus, and things to take on vacation by following directions, identifying places and actions, describing summer camp activities, in order to use properly the past tense form Identify new vocabulary, tell time, use comparative adjectives and ordinal numbers by comparing people, animals and objects, using group working, categorizing products, in order to recognize present simple and simple past verbs, and developing a higher level of analysis in reading. Make questions using modals, superlative and comparative adjectives by classifying activities and adjectives, categorizing and organizing information, observing sport facts, composing paragraphs, and designing and explaining story maps, in order to increase their knowledge about sports and activities. Use grooming items, health & safety terms, food and diet words, possessive adjectives, modals (should & shouldn't), reflexive pronouns, and contractions by identifying unit vocabulary, valuing student's self-esteem, using and revising punctuation in writing, and talking about safety procedures, in order to analyze the important role of health and diet. Talk about performing arts, professions, time expressions, future with going to, and sequencing adverbs by categorizing rhythms, inferring the meaning of some words, criticizing and judging performances, and programming plans for the future, in order to clear their ideas about their future as professionals, parents or citizens. Describe places, use prepositions, know nationalities, and employ past continuous structures by solving location problems, following directions, interpreting routes on a map, using prepositions in writing, and creating police reports and interviews, so that they learn more about city symbolism, respect them every day.

U2

U3

U4

U5

U6

U7

Use vocabulary about inventions, planets, measurements, large numbers space, applies grammar structures such as past continuous, Wh questions, future with going to, by recognizing information, analyzing famous inventors biographies, investigating about planets, constructing narrative writing, evaluating and discussing valuable inventions, proposing different inventions, in order to love their own creations.

7. METHODOLOGICAL STRATEGIES, TECHNICS AND INSTRUMENTS


Methodology INDUCTIVE: Observation Abstraction Comparison Experimentation Generalization Application Checking Demostration Division Classification Technics Work Groups Action Sequence Dictation Discussion / Guided Discussion Brainstorming Focused listening Collage Grammar games Guided composition Controlled speaking practice Inferential questions Look and say Matching Memorization Read and choose Reading aloud Multiple choice Scanning Outlines Paragraph writing Picture dictation Silent Reading Word chart Story & Word maps T.P.R. Venn diagram Choosing headings for paragraphs Instruments Test Assessments tests Monthly quizzes Reinforcement worksheets Daily exercises Reading comprehensions Role plays Projects Bingo Puzzle Laboratory Unscramble words format The Chinese whisper (telephone)

DEDUCTIVE:

ANALYTICAL:

SYNTHETICAL: Summary Diagram Definition Conclusion Recapitulation Synopsis Scheme

8. BIBLIOGRAPHY: Teacher: Student:

HOUSE, Susan & SCOTT, Katharine. Start Player 4 Teacher's Guide, Richmond Publishing. June 2008. Mexico. HOUSE, Susan & SCOTT, Katharine, Start Player 4 Student's Book, Richmond Publishing, June 2008. Mexico. VENTRIGUA, Linda, Opening Doors D, Richmond Publishing, August 2008. Ecuador.
TEACHER. S COORDINATION. S

1.-INFORMATIVE DATA: Area: Foreign Language Subject: Language Initial Date: Basic grade: 5th Basic Ending Date: Teacher: Jazmina Pazmio Duration: Curriculum Block: 1 7.. OBJETIVE: Learn new vocabulary, ways of traveling, talk about people who work at the circus, and things to take on vacation by following directions, identifying places and actions, describing summer camp activities, in order to use properly the past tense form. SKILLS WITH PERFORMANCE CRITERIA (SPC) UNIT I: FUN IN THE SUN LISTENING: - Follow directions READING: - Identify - Comprehend WRITING: Describe SPEAKING: Use past tense

UNIT PLAN # 10 School Year 2011- 2012

KNOWLEDGE UNIT I. - FUN IN THE SUN VOCABULARY: - Travel words - Circus Words - Verbs - Numbers from 1 to 200 GRAMMAR: -Past Simple: regular and irregular verbs -Past Simple: Affirmative and Negative -Past Simple: Yes/No ' Questions -Past Simple: Wh Questions -There Be in Past -Verb to go + gerund -Wh-Questions + past with DO READING AND WRITING - Compositions -Words Spelling -Identifying Compound words Act 1 -Asking Where Questions S (Act.2) -Categorizing Sports (Act. 3) -Demonstrating

METHODOLOGICAL STRATEGIES LISTENING -Recognizing vocabulary by singing songs. -Distinguish unit words by playing didactic games. -Use visual memory by practicing spelling. READING -Introducing the story by predicting facts. -Reading stories aloud. -Looking up new words meaning. -Creating a story map. WRITING -Setting the main objectives of writing. -Encouraging students to use the past tense and Yes/No or WH Questions in their writing. -Doing book exercises activities. -Writing sentences and short paragraphs using unit tenses (grammar). Using cutouts and posters. -Reinforcing unit grammar structure with extra material (Opening Doors, worksheets). -Performing the unit project.

RESOURCES -Start Player 4 Student's Book pg. 4-15 -Start Player 4 Teacher's Book 4-15 -Start Player 4 Activity Book 4-15 -Start Player 4 Student's CD -Start Player 4 Class CD -Envelopes containing cutouts -Posters including cutouts -Opening Doors D -Readers -Worksheets -Notebooks -Songs -Reinforcement activities -Flashcards -Comprehensive games

EVALUATION Achievement indicators: Knowledge -Identify unit vocabulary -Employ simple past structure. -Use ordinal and cardinal numbers correctly. Skills -Read and comprehend small stories. -Describe orally and written last outdoors activities. -Spell unit words correctly. Values -Follow classroom rules. -Respect new classmates opinion. Techniques: -Work Groups -Dictation -Discussion / Guided Discussion -Focused listening -Controlled speaking practice -Collage -Grammar games -Guided composition -Matching

Comprehension (Act. 4-5) -Asking questions with How Many (Act. 6) -Identifying Parts of a Book (Act. 7a) -Creating a Story Map (Act. 7b) -Using Past Tense Verbs (Act. 41) " -Asking questions with DO (Act.9) -Learning new Vocabulary | (Act. 10) |" 1

SPEAKING -Setting the main objectives of the speech. -Speaking in English in round tables. -Exchanging personal information by using WH Questions and correct verb tense.

-Memorization -Read and choose -Reading aloud -Multiple choice -Paragraph writing -Word chart -Story maps -T.P.R. Instruments: -Projects -Oral Lessons -Tests -Role plays -Book and Cd exercises. -Cutouts -Bingo, Hangman -Daily exercises -Homework -Monthly quiz -Reading comprehensions -Reinforcement worksheets -Laboratory

Observations: Teacher Coordinator

1.- INFORMATIVE DATA: Area: Foreign Language Subject: Language Initial Date: Basic grade: 5th Basic Ending Date: Teacher: Jazmina Pazmio Duration: Curriculum Block: 2 2.- OBJETIVE: Identify new vocabulary, tell time, use comparative adjectives and ordinal numbers by comparing people, animals and objects, using group working, categorizing products, in order to recognize present simple and simple past verbs, and developing a higher level of analysis in reading. SKILLS WITH PERFORMANCE CRITERIA (SPC) UNIT II: ON THE FARM!/THE PIONEERS LISTENING: - Compare READING: - Categorize WRITING: - Practice comparatives SPEAKING: - Employ unit vocabulary KNOWLEDGE METHODOLOGICAL STRATEGIES RESOURCES EVALUATION

UNIT PLAN # 12 School Year 2012- 2013

UNIT II.- ON THE FARM /THE PIONEERS VOCABULARY: - Farm words - Animal products - Adjectives - Pioneer vocabulary - Objects in a house - Places - Verbs - Numbers from 200 to 400 GRAMMAR: -Present Simple review -Comparatives adjectives -Ordinal numbers -Present simple versus Simple Past -Wh - Questions in Past Tense -There Be: Present and Past READING AND WRITING -Categorizing Common Words (Act. 11) - Explaining Common Words (Act. 12) -Identifying Position Words (Act. 13) -Categorizing (Act. 16)

LISTENING -Recognizing vocabulary by singing songs. -Distinguish unit words by listening and marking lists. -Use visual and auditory memory comparing physical appearance. READING -Introducing the story by predicting facts. -Reading stories orally. -Looking up new words meaning. -Differentiate facts vs. opinions in an article. -Categorize words in a group. -Discuss facts of the story. WRITING -Setting the main objectives of writing. -Predict facts about the stories. -Establish comparisons with physical appearance using adjectives. -Develop reading comprehension activities. -Structuring parts of a paragraph. -Doing book exercises activities. -Writing sentences and short paragraphs using unit tenses (grammar). Using cutouts and posters.

-Start Player 4 Student's Book pg. 16-39 -Start Player 4 Teacher's Book 16-39 -Start Player 4 Activity Book 16-39 -Start Player 4 Student's CD -Start Player 4 Class CD -Envelopes containing cutouts -Posters including cutouts -Opening Doors D -Readers -Worksheets -Notebooks -Songs -Reinforcement activities -Flashcards -Comprehensive games

Achievement indicators: Knowledge -Recognize unit vocabulary - Formulate descriptions by using comparative structure. -Explain situations using "There be: Past or Present" Skills -Read and comprehend small stories. -Categorize information -Spell unit words correctly. Values -Follow classroom rules. -Value and respect others physical appearances. Techniques: -Work Groups -Dictation -Discussion / Guided Discussion -Brainstorming -Focused listening -Grammar games -Guided composition -Controlled speaking practice -Inferential questions

-Multiple Word Meanings (Act. ' 17) -Demonstrating comprehension (Act. 20) -Identifying Sight Words (Act. 21> -Vocabulary (Act. 14-15-18) READING BOOK: "STRONG &TRUE"

-Reinforcing unit grammar structure with extra material (Opening Doors, worksheets). -Performing the unit project. SPEAKING -Setting the main objectives of the speech. -Speaking by applying grammatical structure and rules. -Presenting unit project.

-Look and say -Memorization -Read and choose -Reading orally -Multiple choice -Paragraph writing -Picture dictation -Word chart -T.P.R. -Venn diagram Instruments: -Role plays -Test -Assessments tests -Monthly quizzes -Daily exercises -Bingo, puzzle, the Chinese whisper (telephone) -Reinforcement worksheets -Reading comprehensions -Projects -Posters -Laboratory -Summary exercises. -Unscramble words format

Observations: Teacher Coordinator

1.-INFORMATIVE DATA: Area: Foreign Language Subject: Language Initial Date: Basic grade: 5th Basic Ending Date: Teacher: Jazmina Pazmio Duration: Curriculum Block: 3 2.- OBJETIVE: Make questions using modals, superlative and comparative adjectives by classifying activities and adjectives, categorizing and organizing information, observing sport facts, composing paragraphs, and designing and explaining story maps, in order to increase their knowledge about sports and activities. SKILLS WITH PERFORMANCE CRITERIA (SPC) UNIT III: CHAMPIONS J LISTENING: - Classify -Categorize & Organize READING: - Observe WRITING: - Compose SPEAKING: - Design & explain story maps - Sing KNOWLEDGE METHODOLOGICAL STRATEGIES RESOURCES EVALUATION

UNIT PLAN # 14 School Year 2012- 2013

UNIT III.- CHAMPIONS VOCABULARY: - Sports - Activities -Verbs - Adjectives - Numbers from 400 to 600 GRAMMAR: -Modal Auxiliaries: Can, Can't -Modal Auxiliaries: Could, Couldn't -Comparatives and Superlatives -Superlative adjectives -Ordinal numbers READING AND WRITING -Rhyme, Fluency and Poetry (Act. 25) -Months of the Year j Abbreviations (Act. 27) j -Identifying The Prefix un__ (Act. 28) -Identifying The Prefix re__ (Act. 29) -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act.30-31-32)

LISTENING -Recognizing vocabulary by means of flashcards. -Classifying, categorizing and organizing information by singing songs. -Ordering sequence numbers. READING -Introducing the story by predicting facts. -Observing story strips and organizing in a sequence. -Observing and highlighting unit grammar in a text. -Identifying the different characteristics of a newspaper article. -Creating a word map. WRITING -Setting the main objectives of writing. -Predict facts about the stories. -Revising parts of a paragraph. -Write a selection of words which rhyme. -Doing book exercises activities. -Compose short poems using rhymes. -Reinforcing unit grammar structure with extra material (Opening Doors, worksheets).

-Start Player 4 Student's Book pg. 40-51 -Start Player 4 Teacher's Book 40-51 -Start Player 4 Activity Book 40-51 -Start Player 4 Student's CD -Start Player 4 Class CD -Envelopes containing cutouts -Posters including cutouts -Opening Doors D -Readers -Worksheets -Notebooks -Songs -Reinforcement activities -Flashcards -Comprehensive games

Achievement indicators: Knowledge -Use unit vocabulary - Indicate past form of the verbs. -Employ modal auxiliars (cancan't/could-couldn't) -Recognize comparative and superlative forms of adjectives Skills -Compose a small poem using rhymes. -Select an article about sports and recognize its parts. -Spell unit words correctly. Values -Follow classroom rules. -Be creative by building stories. Techniques: -Work Groups -Action Sequence -Dictation -Discussion / Guided Discussion -Brainstorming -Focused listening

-Descriptive Writing (Act. 33) -Creating a Word Map (Act. 34) READING BOOK: "STRONG & TRUE"

-Performing the unit project. SPEAKING -Setting the main objectives of the speech. -Designing and explaining word maps. -Singing and memorizing lyric unit songs. -Presenting unit project.

-Collage -Grammar games -Guided composition -Controlled speaking practice -Inferential questions -Memorization -Read and choose -Reading aloud -Multiple choice -Outlines -Paragraph writing -Word chart -Word maps -T.P.R. -Venn diagram -Choosing headings for paragraphs Instruments: -Role plays -Test -Assessments tests -Monthly quizzes -Reinforcement worksheets -Daily exercises -Reading comprehensions -Projects -Simon says -Laboratory

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1. INFORMATIVE DATA: Area: Foreign Language Subject: Language Initial Date: Basic grade: 5th Basic Ending Date: Teacher: Jazmina Pazmio Duration: Curriculum Block: 4 2.- OBJETIVE: Use grooming items, health & safety terms, food and diet words, possessive adjectives, modals (should & shouldn't ), reflexive pronouns, and contractions by identifying unit vocabulary, valuing student's self-esteem, using and revising punctuation in writing, and talking about safety procedures, in order to analyze the important role of health and diet. SKILLS WITH PERFORMANCE CRITERIA (SPC) UNIT IV: HEALTHY & CLEAN LISTENING: Identify READING: Value WRITING: Use & revise punctuation SPEAKING: - Talk about good habits using modals. KNOWLEDGE METHODOLOGICAL STRATEGIES RESOURCES EVALUATION

UNIT PLAN # 16 School Year 2012- 2013

UNIT IV.- HEALTHY AND CLEAN VOCABULARY: - Grooming Items - Health and Safety - Food and Diet - Verbs - Numbers from 600 to 700 GRAMMAR: -Present simple review -Should and Shouldn't -Like / love / hate + gerund -Possessive Adjectives -Reflexive Pronouns -Comparative and superlatives adjectives READING AND WRITING -Identifying Contractions (Act. 26) -Punctuation: Question Mark, Period, or Exclamation Mark (Act. 36) i -Punctuation: Commas in a J Series (Act. 38-48) -Using Past Tense verbs (Act.

LISTENING -Identifying unit vocabulary by showing real objects. -Memorizing unit vocabulary by singing songs and role-playing the story READING -Introducing the story by predicting facts. -Valuing and defending the moral of a story. -Observing and underlining unit grammar in a text. -Using punctuation in reading. WRITING -Setting the main objectives of writing. -Predict facts about the stories. -Revising parts of a paragraph. -Identifying contractions. -Doing book exercises activities. -Using and revising punctuation in writing. -Reinforcing unit grammar structure with extra material (Opening Doors, worksheets). -Performing the unit project.

-Start Player 4 Student's Book pg. 52-63 -Start Player 4 Teacher's Book 52-63 -Start Player 4 Activity Book 52-63 -Start Player 4 Student's CD -Start Player 4 Class CD -Envelopes containing cutouts -Posters including cutouts -Opening Doors D -Readers -Worksheets -Notebooks -Songs -Reinforcement activities -Flashcards -Comprehensive games

Knowledge -Identify unit vocabulary -Employ modal auxiliars (should/shouldn't) -Recognize possessive adjectives and reflexive pronouns. Skills -Apply punctuation in compositions. -Use vocal expressions properly while reading. -Develop reading comprehension of the stories. -Spell unit words correctly. Values -Follow classroom rules. -Strengthen their identity by feeling well with their self-esteem. Techniques: -Action Sequence -Dictation -Discussion / Guided Discussion -Brainstorming

41-46) -Demonstrating comprehension (Act. 35-37) -Compound Words (Act. 44) -Categorizing (Act. 47) ! -Creating Plurals (Act. 50-51) -Adding a suffix (Act. 56) READING BOOK : "STRONG & TRUE"

SPEAKING -Setting the main objectives of the speech. -Using intrapersonal intelligence by talking about personal hygiene. -Talking about the benefits of having healthy habits and paying attention of fire safety at school. -Presenting unit project.

-Focused listening -Grammar games -Guided composition -Controlled speaking practice -Inferential questions -Memorization -Reading aloud -Multiple choice -Outlines -Paragraph writing -Word chart -T.P.R. -Class survey Instruments: -Role plays -Test -Assessments tests -Monthly quizzes -Reinforcement worksheets -Daily exercises -Reading comprehensions -Projects -Laboratory -Survey format

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1.-INFORMATIVE DATA: Area: Foreign Language Subject: Language Initial Date: Basic grade: 5th Basic Ending Date: Teacher: Jazmina Pazmio Duration: Curriculum Block: 5 2. - OBJETIVE: Talk about performing arts, professions, time expressions, future with going to, and sequencing adverbs by categorizing rhythms, inferring the meaning of some words, criticizing and judging performances, and programming plans for the future, in order to clear their ideas about their future as professionals, parents or citizens. SKILLS WITH PERFORMANCE CRITERIA (SPC) ; KNOWLEDGE METHODOLOGICAL STRATEGIES RESOURCES EVALUATION

UNIT PLAN # 18 School Year 2012- 2013

UNIT V: SUPERSTARS LISTENING: - Categorize READING: - Infer WRITING: - Criticize - Judge SPEAKING: - Program future plans

UNIT V.- SUPERSTARS VOCABULARY: - Performing arts - Subjects - Verbs - Numbers from 700 to 800 GRAMMAR: -Future with Going to: Affirmative and Negative -Future with Going to: Yes/No Questions -Future with Going to: Wh Questions -Sequence Adverbs READING AND WRITING -Identifying Adverbs (Act. 52) -Contrasting plurals (Act. 53) -Using Past tense verbs (Act. 54) -Creating Plurals (Act. 55) -Interpreting information (Act. 57)-Demonstrating Comprehension (Act.42-43-45) -Adding a Suffix (Act. 59) -Identify Prefixes (Act. 61-62)

LISTENING -Categorizing vocabulary -Using a stress timed language. -Revising days of the week and months of the year. READING -Introducing "future with going to" using daily examples. -Infer possible situations. -Identifying the different characteristics of young artist. -Telling the time. WRITING -Setting the main objectives of writing. -Predicting future activities from a story. -Making a job mind map. -Making a new board game. -Doing book exercises activities. -Planning the classroom chores for next week. -Composing paragraphs using sequencing adverbs. -Reinforcing unit grammar structure with extra material (Opening Doors, worksheets). -Judging and criticizing performances of

-Start Player 4 Student's Book pg. 64-75 -Start Player 4 Teacher's Book 64-75 -Start Player 4 Activity Book 64-75 -Start Player 4 Student's CD -Start Player 4 Class CD -Envelopes containing cutouts -Posters including cutouts -Opening Doors D -Readers -Worksheets -Notebooks -Songs -Reinforcement activities -Flashcards -Comprehensive games

Achievement indicators: Knowledge -Categorize unit vocabulary Describe future activities using "Going to" structure. -Recognize the present and past form of the unit verbs Skills -Compose a paragraph using sequencing adverbs correctly. -Predict future activities of a story. -Tell the time -Spell unit words correctly. Values -Follow classroom rules. -Is responsible of attending meetings on time. Techniques: -Work Groups -Action Sequence -Dictation -Discussion / Guided Discussion -Brainstorming -Focused listening

READING BOOK :"NO LONGER A NOBODY"

the unit project. SPEAKING -Setting the main objectives of the speech. -Programming future plans about a famous artist. -Singing and memorizing lyric unit songs and using spatial intelligence. -Performing unit project.

-Grammar games -Guided composition -Controlled speaking practice -Inferential questions -Memorization -Reading aloud -Multiple choice -Outlines -Paragraph writing -Word chart -Word maps -T.P.R. Instruments: -Role plays -Test -Assessments tests -Monthly quizzes -Reinforcement worksheets -Daily exercises -Reading comprehensions -Projects -Hangman -Contests -Laboratory

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1.-INFORMATIVE DATA: Area: Foreign Language Subject: Language Initial Date: Basic grade: 5th Basic Ending Date: Teacher: Jazmina Pazmio Duration: Curriculum Block: 6 2.- OBJETIVE: Describe places, use prepositions, know nationalities, and employ past continuous structures by solving location problems, following directions, interpreting routes on a map, using prepositions in writing, and creating police reports and interviews, so that they learn more about city symbolism, respect them every day. SKILLS WITH PERFORMANCE CRITERIA (SPC) UNIT VI: DOWNTOWN LISTENING: - Solve Follow directions READING: Interpret information WRITING: - Use prepositions SPEAKING: Use past continuous -Create reports & Interviews. KNOWLEDGE METHODOLOGICAL STRATEGIES RESOURCES EVALUATION

UNIT PLAN # 20 School Year 2012- 2013

UNIT VI.- DOWNTOWN \ VOCABULARY: - Places - Physical Descriptions j Crime Words 5 - Prepositions - Verbs - Numbers from 800 to 900 GRAMMAR : -Past Continuous: Affirmative, Negative -Past Continuous: Yes/No Questions -Past Continuous: Wh Questions READING AND WRITING -Demonstrating comprehension (Act. 49-5863) -Interpreting information (Act. 57) -Identifying Prefixes (Act. 6569-70-71) -Descriptive Writing (Act. 66) -Past Tense Verbs review (Act. 67)

LISTENING -Listening and following directions of places. -Solving problems of getting lost in a place (giving directions). -Solving an imaginary problem by giving clues. READING -Refreshing prepositions. -Interpreting guides and drawing routes on a map -Using visual and special intelligence. WRITING -Introducing past continuous structure. - Write a story summary describing a place by using prepositions. -Writing a police report. -Doing book exercises activities. -Reinforcing unit grammar structure with extra material (Opening Doors, worksheets). SPEAKING -Setting the main objectives of tie speech. -Use past continuous structure in speaking.

-Start Player 4 Student's Book pg. 76-87 -Start Player 4 Teacher's Book 76-87 -Start Player 4 Activity Book 76-87 -Start Player 4 Student's CD -Start Player 4 Class CD -Envelopes containing cutouts -Posters including cutouts -Opening Doors D -Readers -Worksheets -Notebooks -Songs -Reinforcement activities -Flashcards -Comprehensive games

Achievement indicators: Knowledge -Give and follow directions using unit vocabulary and prepositions. - Describe "past continuous" activities. -Recognize ordinal and cardinal numbers. Skills -Write and explain a police report. -Write a story summary describing a place by using prepositions. -Read and comprehend the stories of the reader. Values -Follow classroom rules. -Respect the rules while crossing the streets. Techniques: -Work Groups -Action Sequence -Dictation

-Rhythm, Rhyme and Poetry -Create and act-out reports and (Act. 72) interviews. -Identifying Nouns and Verbs -Perform unit project. (Act. 73 -Demonstrating Comprehension (Act. 64-68) READING BOOK: " N O LONGER A NOBODY"

-Discussion / Guided Discussion -Focused listening -Grammar games -Guided composition -Controlled speaking practice -Inferential questions -Memorization -Reading aloud -Multiple choice -Paragraph writing -Act-out -Word chart -T.P.R. Instruments: -Role plays -Test -Assessments tests -Monthly quizzes -Reinforcement worksheets -Daily exercises -Reading comprehensions -Projects -Map game -Contests -Laboratory

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1.-INFORMATIVE DATA: Area: Foreign Language Subject: Language Initial Date: Basic grade: 5th Basic Ending Date: Teacher: Jazmina Pazmio Duration: Curriculum Block: 7 2.- OBJETIVE: Use vocabulary about inventions, planets, measurements, large numbers space, applies grammar structures such as past continuous, Wh questions, future with going to, by recognizing information, analyzing famous inventors biographies, investigating about planets, constructing narrative writing, evaluating and discussing valuable inventions, proposing different inventions, in order to love their own creations. SKILLS WITH PERFORMANCE CRITERIA (SPC) UNIT VII: INVENTIONS & INFINITIVE SPACE LISTENING: - Recognize READING: Analyze - Investigate WRITING: - Construct narrative writing Evaluate SPEAKING: - Discuss Propose KNOWLEDGE METHODOLOGICAL STRATEGIES RESOURCES EVALUATION

UNIT PLAN # 22 School Year 2012- 2013

UNIT VII.INVENTIONS/INFINITE j SPACE VOCABULARY: - Inventions - Materials - Planets - Space - Adjectives - Prepositions review - Verbs - Numbers from 900 to 1000 - Large numbers GRAMMAR: -Present simple review -Past simple review -Past simple Wh - Question -Before, After -Past Continuous -Sequence Adverbs -Comparative and superlative review -Future going to review READING AND WRITING: -Demonstrating

LISTENING -Recognizing famous inventors and planets. -Memorizing new vocabulary by singing unit songs. -Listening and reviewing parts of a story. READING -Analyze what the things are made of. -Investigate about an important invention or a planet. -Recognize facts vs. fiction. WRITING -Reviewing grammar structures. - Construct a narrative writing about science fiction. -Make a story web -Evaluate multiple intelligence, problem solving by creating a vending machine. -Doing book exercises activities. -Reinforcing unit grammar structure with extra material (Opening Doors, worksheets). - Perform unit project. SPEAKING -Setting the main objectives of tine

-Start Player 4 Student's Book pg. 88-111 -Start Player 4 Teacher's Book 88-111 -Start Player 4 Activity Book 88-111 -Start Player 4 Student's CD -Start Player 4 Class CD -Envelopes containing cutouts -Posters including cutouts -Opening Doors D -Readers -Worksheets -Notebooks -Songs -Reinforcement activities -Flashcards -Comprehensive games

Achievement indicators: Knowledge -Recognize famous inventors and solar system planets. - Use past simple, past continuous, present simple, comparative & superlatives, future with going to. -Use "Before and After" Skills -Construct a narrative writing about science fiction. -Create and describe a vending machine. -Make a story web. Values -Follow classroom rules. -Love and appreciate the creation of God. Techniques: -Work Groups -Action Sequence -Dictation -Discussion / Guided Discussion

Comprehension (Act.74) -Use speech. the table of contents (Act. -Discuss about discoveries. -Propose a 75a) new invention -Perform unit project. -Narrative Writing (Act. 75b) -Rhyme, Rhythm and Poetry (Act. 76) -Asking and answering Questions (Act. 77) -Demonstrating comprehension (Act. 78a-78b) 1 -Demonstrating 1 Comprehension (Act.80-82-83) -Past Tense Irregular Verbs 1 review (Act. 79) -Vocabulary (Act. 81) ! -Writing Checklist : READING BOOK : "NO I LONGER A NOBODY" r

-Focused listening -Grammar games -Guided composition -Controlled speaking practice -Inferential questions -Memorization -Reading aloud -Multiple choice -Paragraph writing -Act-out -Word chart -T.P.R. Instruments: -Role plays -Test -Assessments tests -Monthly quizzes -Reinforcement worksheets -Daily exercises -Reading comprehensions -Projects -Tic-tac-toe game -Contests -Laboratory

Observations: Teacher Coordinator