English 5




Cool Kids 5 Digital
Cool kids 5
Dream box 5
Contenidos educativos digitales
Class 5
Quinto curso
Aprende jugando 3º ciclo




Starter Unit



The U.K.

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Pronombres personales ---------
  • I - yo
  • you - tú
  • he - él
  • she - ella
  • it - él o ella (objetos, animales...)-------
  • we - nosotros, nosotras
  • you - vosotros, vosotras
  • they - ellos, ellas



Determinantes posesivos
my - mi
your - tu
his - su (para él)
her - su (para ella)
its - su (para objetos, animales...)
our - nuestro
your - vuestro
their - su (para ellos o ellas)






Verb to be (Affirmative)
I am - yo soy o estoy
you are - tú eres o estás
he is - él es o está
he is - ella es o está
it is - el/ella es o está (animales, cosas...)
we are - nosotros/as somos o estamos
you are - vosotros/as sois o estáis
they are - ellos/as son o están  Interrogative cambia el orden . Am I?, Are you?, Is he?, Is she?, Is it? Are we?, Are you?, Are they? Negative añade not al final contraido o sin contraer: I am not, You are not (You aren't) He is not (He isn't), She is not(She isn't), It is not (It isn't), We are not (We aren't), They are not (They aren't)







Verb to have got

       
o
I have got - yo tengo
you have got - tú tienes
he has got - él tiene
she has got - ella tiene
it has got - él/ella tiene (animales, objetos...)
we have got - nosotros/as tenemos
you have got - vosotros/as tenéis
they have got - ellos/as tienen  Interrogativo cambia el orden: Have you got?Negativo añade not : I haven't got




Determinantes: this (esto/e/a),
                           that ( aquello/aquel/aquella/eso/ese/esa/)
                           these (estos/as)
                           those (esos/as/aquellos/as)




Pronombres interrogativos:
  • What? - ¿Qué? ¿Cuál?
    - What's this?
    - What's your name?
    - What time?
    • - What time is it?
    • - What time do you get up?
  • How? - ¿Cómo?
    - How are you?
    - How old are you?
    - How do you go to school?
  • Where? ¿Dónde?
  • When?  ¿Cuándo?
  • Who?   ¿Quién?





The alphabet





Days of the week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.





Months: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.





Ordinals numbers: first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, nineth, tenth, eleventh, twelveth... twentieth, twentieth-first, twentieth-second, twentieth-third...





Physical description (descripción física):
  • Eyes.
    - Colour: blue, green, brown, black, violet.
    - Size: small, big.
  • Hair.
    - Colour: fair, blond (blonde), black, dark, brown, red, white, grey.
    - Length: short, long.
    - Style: straight, curly, wave; ponytale.

Structures


Date / Fecha. La forma en que se escribe la fecha en inglés puede variar. Y también es diferente la forma de leerla.
  • Opción 1.
    Escribes: 1st January, 2008.
    Lees (o dices) : the first of January, two thousand-eight.




  • Opción 2.
    Escribes: January 1st , 2008.
    Lees (o dices) : January the first, two thousand-eight.

Verbo to be. En este enlace encuentras todas las formas verbales del presente, en afirmativa, negativa e interrogativa, en forma contraída y sin contraer. En las actividades de refuerzo encuentras actividades para practicarlo.

  Possesive Adjetives
Usamos los adjetivos posesivos ANTES de un sustantivo, para mostrar posesión.
—> This is my BOOK. That’s her pencil. (Los adjetivos posesivos necesitan ir seguids de un nombre o sustantivo)
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Genitivo Sajón - The Noun Possesive's
Cuando queremos mostrar que algo pertenece a alguien o a algo, normalmente añadiremos una -'s (apóstrofe y -s-) a un sustantivo singular, o bien sólo -' (apóstrofe) a un sustantivo plural. Por ejemplo:
  • the boy's book (un chico)
  • the boys' book (dos o más chicos)

Vamos a ver que la cantidad de cosas que se poseen (en este caso, en número de pelotas) no importa. La estructura sólo se modifica según si es singular o plural el poseedor, no lo que posee.

un libro más de un libro
un chico
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the boy's book
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the boy's books
más de un chico
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the boys' book
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the boys' books

La estructura se puede usar incluso con una proposición entera:
  • the man next door's mother (the mother of the man next door)
  • the Queen of England's castles (the castles of the Queen of England)
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Nombres Propios
A menudo usamos el genitivo sajón o posesivo 's con nombres:
  • This is Mary's car.
  • Where is Ram's telephone?
  • Who took Anthony's pen?
  • I like Tara's hair.

Cuando un nombre termina en -s-, los trataremos como cualquier otro sustantivo singular, y añadiremos -'s:
  • This is Charles's chair.

Pero es posible (especialmente con algunos nombres antiguos y clásicos) que sólo se añada el apóstrofe -':
  • Who was Jesus' father?

Plurales Irregulares
Algunos sustantivos tienen una forma irregular de plural sin -s- (man > men). Para mostrar la posesión, normalmente añadiremos -'s a la forma de plural de estos sustantivos:
sustantivo singular sustantivo plural
my child's dog my children's dog
the man's work the men's work
the mouse's cheese the mice's cheese
a person's clothes people's clothes



Reinforce Activities


Verbo to be


Descripciones (en Presente)
  • Mark's family. Actividad online. La primera parte, para practicar el vocabulario de la familia (reading). La segunda parte, para practicar la descripción simple (eyes and hair). Reading and writing.


Genitivo Sajón

  Personal questions
What's your name? I'm Joseph.
Where are you from? I'm from Spain.
When's your birthday? It's on 7th May
What do you like? I like football and films.
What's your favourite subject? My favourite subject is Maths.
What's your favourite food? My favourite food is pizza.

Describing people 
She's eleven. Her favourite subject is art. Her birthday is on 5th June. She likes computer games and comics.                                                                                                                                             


Extension activities

Countries and Cities. Actividades para ampliar información sobre determinadas ciudades y sus países. Incluye hangmans, crosswords, etc. De English-4u.
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The British Isles. Información (en inglés) sobre las Islas Británicas.
By British Life and Culture, Woodlands Junior School, UK.



external image 20countryFC.jpgA few countries.
From LCF -Practice Zone-.
Haz clic sobre los países en azul (Europe countries) y escucha cómo se llaman en inglés. Puedes practicar esta actividad todo el tiempo que desees.

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Where in England?
From LCF -Practice Zone-.
Practica y comprende las estructuras relacionada con "dónde vivo".

external image 20FlagsMemo.jpgCountries and flags.
From LCF -Practice Zone-.
Juego de memoria de países del mundo y sus banderas. Busca la pareja de banderas de cada país. Mientras pulsas sobre las tarjetas, escucharás el nombre del país.

external image 20CountriesQuiz.jpgCountry quiz.
From LCF -Practice Zone-.
Haz clic en el mapa, sobre el país que escuchas. Después, marca la respuesta correcta en las preguntas sobre Gran Bretaña.

external image 20P-sudokucountries.jpgSudoku with countries.
From LCF -Practice Zone-.
Imprime y juega al sudoku con los países (PDF).




Projects
  • Descripciones de famosos. Elegir un famoso y hacer una descripción física de él/ella, junto con una foto.
  • Who is who? A partir de las pistas que se van dando en la página, averiguar de qué personaje famoso se trata.
  • Ten questions. El profesor elegirá un personaje famoso (puede haberse trabajado con anterioridad en clase). Se pide a los alumnos/as que envíen preguntas para averiguar de quién se trata. Sólo se pueden enviar una pregunta cada vez por alumno/a. La respuesta sólo puede ser YES / NO. Cada alumno puede formular un máximo de 10 preguntas.
  • Currency (Content-based, Task-based Approaches). A partir de un billete de 1 dólar que trajo a clase una alumna, aprendimos monedas, países, colores, cantidades...

Portfolio
 Hacer una descripción física personal y de un miembro de la familia (padre, madre).


Unit 1 - Free Time in Wales







Wales is a country that is part of the United Kingdom and the island of Great Britain.
 It has a population  of 3,063,456 .Wales  is very mountainous. The country has a changeable, maritime climate.
Welsh national identity emerged among the Celtic Britons after the Roman withdrawal from Britain in the 5th century.
Wales has not been politically independent since 1282, when it was conquered by King Edward I of England. Wales does not issue its own currency and is not in control of any armed forces. These are the powers of the national government of the UK.
The national game of Wales is Rugby
 
Famous Welsh people
Wales is known for its great actors - Richard Burton,  Anthony Hopkins and Catherine Zeta Jones.
    Laura Ashley - famous fashion creator.
    David Lloyd George - past British Prime Minister,
    John Prescott - the present Deputy Prime Minister.
    Sir George Everest - famous traveler and explorer, The highest peak in the world is named after him.
Writers and poets
    Roald Dahl (1916–1990), author
    Dick Francis (born 1920), jockey and author
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953), poet
    Ronald Stuart Thomas (1913–2000), poet
    David Jones (1895–1974), artist and poet
Musicians
    Tom Jones
    Shirley Bassey.

Musical groups:
    Catatonia,
    Super Furry Animals,
    The Stereophonics,
    Manic Street Preachers.
 
Country Facts
Motto:       
Cymru am byth (Wales for ever)
Flag:
Red dragon on a green and white field.
National Day:    
1 March
Area:         
 20,779 sq km
Population:        
 2,918,700 (2002)
Capital City:       
Cardiff (Caerdydd)
Major Cities:      
Cardiff, Swansea (Abertawe) and Newport (Casnewydd)
Official Language:
        
 English and Welsh
Nationality :        Welsh and British
Find out more
Anthem (Song):           Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau
(Land Of My Fathers)
Main religions:  
 Anglicanism, Methodism
Currency:
 Pound Sterling (£)
Highest point:
 Snowdon 1085 metres (3559 ft)
Longest river:    
Towy (Tywi) 103 km (64 miles)
Largest Lake:    
 Bala (4.4 sq km)
Official Animal   Dragon

Economy
Coal, copper, iron, lead, and gold have been mined in Wales, and slate has been quarried. Much of Wales, due to poor soil, is unsuitable for crop-growing, and so livestock farming has traditionally been the focus of agriculture. The Welsh landscape, protected by three National Parks, and the unique Welsh culture bring in tourism, which is especially vital for rural areas.

Traditional Welsh Food

Welsh food is usually made from local ingredients. Some traditional dishes include laverbread (made from seaweed), bara brith (fruit cake), cawl cennin (leek stew), Welsh cakes, Welsh Rarebit, and Welsh lamb. A type of shellfish, cockles, is often served with breakfast.






Wales for kids

Vocabulary


PRESENT CONTINUOUS(Se usa para expresar lo que estamos haciendo justo en el momento actual)
Verb To Be + V-ing
ESTRUCTURA - SUJ (I, YOU, WE, THEY)

I AM V-ing
XX ESTRUCTURA - SUJ (HE, SHE, IT)
YOU ARE V-ing
YOU AREN'T V-ing
ARE YOU V-ing?
Resp. af.: —YES, I AM.
Resp. neg.: —NO, I'M NOT.
WE ARE V-ing
THEY ARE V-ing

HE/SHE/IT IS V-ing
HE/SHE/IT ISN'T V-ing
IS HE/SHE/IT V-ing?
Resp. af.: —YES, HE IS.
Resp. neg.: —NO, HE ISN'T.



WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
WHAT IS HE DOING?



Examples
Examples
I am taking photos in the countryside.
You aren't eating a sandwich.
Are you playing to the park? —Yes, I am.
We are acting at the theatre.
Are they listening to the CD player? —No, they aren't.

He is doing his homework.
She isn't swimming in the beach.
Is he studing in his bedroom? —Yes, he is.
Is she singing in the party? —No, she isn't.





A María y Pedro les gusta navegar en el lago.
Example:
Mary and Peter like sailing in the lake.
Do they like sailing in the lake? Yes, they do / No, They don't
They don't like sailing in the lake.
  1. A mi equipo le gusta mucho jugar al voleibol.
  2. A mi madre le gusta ir de compras y a mi padre le gusta ir al cine. *
  3. La chica está leyendo un libro en inglés.
  4. Los niños están nadando.
  5. Me gusta patinar sobre hielo en invierno.
  6. Mi abuelos están montando en bicicleta por la montaña.
  7. A mi hermano le gusta correr y hacer windsurf.
  8. A él le gusta jugar al baloncesto, pero no le gusta actuar. *
  9. A ella le gusta dibujar y pintar, pero no le gusta jugar con juegos de ordenador. *
Las frases marcadas con (*) hazlas sólo en afirmativa. Las demás, hazlas en afirmativa, negativa, interrogativa, respuesta breve afirmativa y respuesta breve negativa.
Story: A real cowboy


Tuesday, October 14th 2.014

1-Look at page 10. Make sentences like this.

Example: He’s 38. He likes shopping, but he doesn’t like acting.

1-   She – 25 – sailing – swimming

2-   She – 5 – playing basketball – running

3-   He – 17 – drawing – acting

4-   She  - 50 – shopping – going to the cinema

5-   He – 45 – ice-skating – horse-riding

2- Answer the questions

A)  Does he like horse-riding?

B)  Does he like playing football?

C)  Does she like going to the cinema?

D) Does she like swimming?

E)   Does he like playing computer games?

Yes, he/ she does     No, he/she doesn’t


Projects

  Describir la propia familia (número de hermanos, nombres, edades), explicando lo que le gusta y no le gusta hacer a cada uno. 

What does my family like to do?

Examples:

Hello! I´m Gloria, I´ve got 2 brothers and 1 sister. My brother Alberto likes fishing with Hector my another brother.My sister Cecilia likes dancing and singing, she like geting up early to go to school every day. My parents like watching TV every weekend. I love my family



María Elena 
I have got one brother, his name is Carlos. He likes playing football but he does not (doesn't) like sleeping too much.
My name is Elena. I like dancing and singing but I do not like getting up early in the morning. I do like sleeping.




Andrés 
I´ve got one brother, Carlos. Carlos is nine years old. He likes playing football, dancing and swimming in the pool in the summer but he doesn´t like play the guitar and playing golf.
My mum is Sandra. Sandra is 37 years old. She likes shopping, swimming in the pool and dancing but she doesn´t like playing computer games, playing football and runing.
My dad is Yon. Yon is 37 years old. He likes playing football, reading and going to the cinema but he doesn ´t like ice skating, shopping and singing.
I like playing football, ice skating, playing computer games and reading but I don ´t like cooking and dancing.




Laura D. 
Hello, I'm Laura. I'm 10 years old. I like rollerblanding and cycling, but I don't like wind-surfing.
My mum's name is Tina. She is 43 years old. She likes shopping and watching TV, but she doesn't like cycling.
My dad's name is Juan. He is 45 years old. He likes running and reading books, but he doesn't like shopping.
I've got one sister, Marta, and she is 17 years old. She likes shopping and reading booksbook_open.png, but she doesn't like rollerblanding
.


I`ve got one brother.
Your name`s Alejandro.
He likes playing runner and taekondo.
I like playing wiht my friends.
My mum.
Your name is Loles.
She`s got a brown hair.
she`s got a brown eyes.
she`s got a straight hair.
she`s got a long hair.






Natalia 
Hi I'm Natalia. I have a brother, Javier, and has called 14 years. He likes chatting with friendssurvey.gif and playing football, but do not like the dancing. I like playing computermonitor.png and shopping, but I do not like fish.




José Andrés 
I have two brothers.
My sister is Ana, is 15 years old and she likes listening to music, play the computer game and to go with his friends.
My brother is Adrian is 18 years old. He likes to listening to music and to go fishing.
I like to go fishing, swim and to touch the bandurria.
I am 10 years old.




Abel 
I´ve got 1 brother,Ismael, and 1 sister,Miriam.Ismael like playing computer games and playing fooball. Miriam like drawing and swimming.
He doesn´t like playing volleyball.She doesn´t like rrunning.I like playing computer games and reading.I don´t like dancing and drawing




Patricia M.
I like shooping and dancing. I don`t like riding a horse

I have one brother
My brother is Pedro. He is 5 years old. He likes playing football and playing computer games,but he doesn´t like shooping.
My mum is Dominica.She is 35 years.She likes shooping and watching TV, but she does`t like playing computer games and swiming.




Patricia P.
I like dancing and acting.I don´t like riding a horse.
My mum is Isabel.
She´s fourty years old.
She likes reading a book.She doesn ´t like drawing.

My dad is Juan Antonio.
He´s fourty seven years old.
He likes playing football and playing tennis.He doesn´t like going to the shopping.




Iliana 
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My mum likes readingexternal image libros.gif but she doesn´t like ride a bike external image bicib.jpg
My grandad likes whatching  televisionexternal image 155philips_25pt_7304_television__47429.jpg but he doesn´t like ice-skatingexternal image fn-0131122006104004.jpg







Marta
My mum is Mª Dolores.She is 41 years old.She likes reading and shopping.
My dad is Jose Luis.He is 46 years old.He likes swimming.

I have got three brothers.
Iván is 26 years old,he likes go to the cinema.
Raúl is 24 years old, he likes cycling.
Rubén is 21 years old,he likes playing football.

I like ice skating in winther.
I like swimming in the summer.
I get up at eight o´clock and go to school at nine o´clock.




Laura S
I´ve got two brother Jero and Sandra.Sandra is five years old.She likes dancing and sing.Jero is fifteen years old.He likes playing computer games and playing footbal.My I like to sing and playing computer games




Jorge 

hello!!!
I´m Jorge and i have a brother called Juanjo. He is twenty-three years old, he studie biology and he like to play football.
My mother´s name is Antonia, she work in the hospital. My dad is Juan, he work with heavy machines.
I like the cinema , play football, ride in bicycle and in pirogue







Pepe 
My family is....
My name is Joe, I am 10 years old, I like playing basketball.
I have got one sisters, your name is Mary, she is 15 years old,
she like the music and she like to goshopping.
My mum name is Toñi, she work in supermarket, she is 36
years old, she like the sopping and she like go to the cinema.
My dad name is Jose, he work in a library, he is 37 years
old, he like reading, watching football and sailing.

Unit 2 - Animals in Tanzania



Vocabulary


Wild Animals: rhinos, eagles, ostriches, cheetahs,buffaloes, vultures, flamingos, hippos.
  • Animales de cursos anteriores: lion, tiger, panther, zebra, giraffe, elephant, monkey, crocodile, gorilla, parrot, antelope, gazelle, jackal, hyena, polar bear, bear, panda, wolf, tortoise, snake, python, chameleon, shark, whale, killer whale, dolphin.
  • Accede a la Galería - Wild Animals 5 y practica su pronunciación. Incluye imágenes, palabras y sonido de cada animal.

external image sample_animal_body.jpgAnimal body parts: spots (manchas), trunk (trompa), tusk (colmillo), wings (alas), beak (pico), tail (cola), tongue (lengua), mane (melebna) horns (cuernos), fins (aletas), feathers (plumas), fur (piel), stripes (rayas).
  • Partes del cuerpo comunes: head, ears, eyes, mouth, neck, legs. skin.
  • Para completar la información: antlers (asta, cuerno)), hoof (pezuña), tentacles (tentáculos), antennae (antens), paws (patas), snout (hocico), shell (concha).

Habitat: Serengeti, forest, jungle, ocean, sea, river, lake, North Pole, savannah, pond, mountain. On land, in water, in the air.

Diet: dead animals, plankton, grass, meat, leaves, fruit.

Abilities = can/can't: jump, eat, drink, walk, run, climb, swim, dive, talk, sing. LIVE.

Adjetives: dangerous, funny, fast, slow, very colourful.

Vocabulario pasivo:
  • Behavior: aquatic, domesticated, wild, endangered, extinct, hibernating, migratory, nocturnal, poisonous, social, solitary, terrestrial, territorial, venomous.
  • Types: mammal, amphibian, bird, reptile, fish, insect.



Structures


ANIMALS DESCRIPTIONS
Para hacer descripciones, generalmente usamos el sujeto THEY, porque describimos cómo son los animales en general (lo hacemos en plural). También por esta razón no usarmos el artículo THE delante del nombre de los animales, porque hablamos en general (decimos HIPPOS, en lugar de *THE HIPPOS*).
  • DESCRIPTION:
    • size (big, small, medium)
    • colour
    • body parts (tail, horns, wings...)
    • behavior (funny, dangerous, strong, fast...)
    Para hacer este tipo de descripciones usamos los verbos to BE y to HAVE.
    Ejemplos:
    - Lions are big cats.
    - Monkeys are brown and funny.
    - Rhinos have got one or two horns.

Translate these sentences
1.Los búfalos son muy grandes.
2. Las águilas no son pequeñas.
3. Los leones son felinos grandes.
4. Los monos son pequeños y marrones.
5. Los hipopótamos no son pequeños.
6. Los rinocerontes tienen uno o dos cuernos.
7. Los tigres son amarillos y negros.
8. Los flamencos tienen dos patas largas.
9. Esos leones no tienen melena.
10. Estos pingüinos no tiene alas.



  • DIET: Usamos el verbo EAT, junto con un sustantivo relacionado con la comida (grass, leaves, small animals, fruit...). Según lo que comen, podemos clasificar los animales como:
    • HERBIVOURS
    • CARNIVOURS.
    Ejemplos:
    - Lions eat death animals.(They like eating zebra's meat).
    - Lions are carnivores.


  • HABITAT: Usamos el verbo LIVE, junto algunos sustantivos o complementos del lugar (on, land, in water, in the mountains, forest, jungle, desert, ocean...). Según donde, podemos clasificar los animales como:
    • terrestial (they live on land).
    • aquatic (they live in water).
    Ejemplo:
    - Lions live in Africa, in the savannah.
    - They are terrestial, because they live on land.


  • TYPES: Usamos el verbo to BE para describir los tipos de animales (mammal, reptile, bird...).
    Ejemplo:
    - Lions are terrestial mammals.


  • ABILITIES: Usamos el verbo CAN (o en su forma negativa, CAN'T), junto con un verbo (fly, jump, run, swim, talk, climb, dive, crawl).
    Ejemplo:
    - Lions can run and jump, but they can't dive.



Actividades de Refuerzo


Nombres de animales
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  • Wild Animals - Gallery. Galería con fotos de animales salvajes. Pulsando la palabra se escucha la pronunciación. De Let's TIC English.
  • Wild Animals - Vocabulary. Actividades para aprender el nombre de los animales salvajes. De Let's TIC English. Se compone de dos páginas de ejercicios: Wild Animals (Reading) |Wild Animals (Writing)
  • Savannah Animals Pictures List. Lista de animales (con su imagen y su palabra) de la sabana africana. Incluye dos actividades: Activity 1 | Activity 2.
  • Animals. Actividad online para revisar el vocabulario relacionado con los animales. Hay tres actividades: a) filling the gap; b) visionar un vídeo para completar una tabla; c) quiz about animals. También se ofrece la dirección de una wiki para consultar las respuestas. (Se puede realizar como actividad oral: los alumnos pueden investigar sobre los animales individualmente, y luego hablar con el resto de la clase sobre los animales que aparecen en el vídeo o comentar el cuestionario).
  • Animals - Spelling activity. Actividades online de repaso del vocabulario de animales, junto con su deletreo, y descripciones.
  • ANIMALS for young learners. Actividad online para repasar algunos animales (salvajes, domésticos y de granja).
    • 1. What is in the picture?
    • 2. Write the missing letters
    • 3. Write the words.
  • Find 12 animals - Wordsearch. Sopa de letras, en la que debes encontrar los siguientes animales:
    • Wild animals: ELEPHANT, MONKEY, TURTLE, PENGUIN (ojo: aparece como PINGUIN), GIRAFFE, SEAL, HIPPO, TIGER.
    • Pets: FISH, DOG, CAT, COW.

Animal Body Parts.

Animal Descriptions.
  • Animal Quiz. Actividad online. Responde a las preguntas, eligiendo el animal que se describe. De EnglishExercises.org.
  • Animal Crossword. Mediante descripciones, averigua el animal y completa el crucigrama (todas las palabras van en horizontal).
  • Animal Quiz. Contesta las preguntas sobre diferentes cuestiones de animales. (Imprimir).
  • Animal Types. Clasificación de animales. (Imprimir).

Animales y sus habilidades con CAN

General / Recopilatorio
  • Wild Animals 1 - Reading. Wild Animals - Vocabulary is the first of a group of activities to practice different vocabulary about wild animals. This exercise let you learn the names of wild animals with reading activities. The second part has got writing activities. Following activities are about: 2. Wild Animals - Body Parts, 3. Wild Animals - Food & Habitat, 4. Wild Animals - Abilities.
  • Wild Animals 1 - Writing. Wild Animals - Vocabulary is the first of a group of activities to practice different vocabulary about wild animals. This exercise let you learn the names of wild animals with writing activities. The previous part has got reading activities. Following exercises in this series are: 2. Wild Animals - Body Parts, 3. Wild Animals - Food & Habitat, 4. Wild Animals - Abilities.
  • Wild Animals 02. Online exercise consisting of 3 parts: how to spell animal names (16 animals), where animals live (continents) and what they eat. Can be used with both young leaners and older students (level elementary, pre-intermediate).
  • Going To The Zoo. Online Activities for a fun, amusing song about the family going to the zoo. Thank you for your comments and suggestions.
  • Animals.
  • The Animals. Para revisar tu conocimiento sobre los animales.
  • Fearsome Creatures 1 (Dangerous Animals Vocabulary). Comprehensive online reading and writing exercise featuring 10 dangerous animals. Students read the text, click on the correct answers (multiple choice and True/False) or write the answer themselves. It also introduces new vocabulary in an interesting way (e.g. mammal, gills, venous etc.).
  • Fearsome Creatures 2 (Beware: Dangerous Vocabulary). Comprehensive online reading and writing exercise featuring 10 dangerous animals. Students read the text, click on the correct answers (multiple choice and True/False) or write the answer themselves. It also introduces new vocabulary in an interesting way (e.g. mammal, gills, venomous etc.).
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  •  Translate these sentences. Incluye la descripción de los animales, sus habilidades, dónde viven y lo que comen.

  1. Los tigres son grandes gatos.
  2. Los monos son marrones y divertidos.
  3. Los elefantes tienen colmillos muy largos.
  4. Los leones comen animales muertos.
  5. A los leones les gusta comer carne de cebra.
  6. Los hipopótamos son carnívoros.
  7. Las jirafas son herbívoras y comen hojas.
  8. Los avestruces viven en la sabana.
  9. Los delfines son mamíferos acuáticos.
  10. Son animales terrestres, porque viven en tierra.
  11. Las ballenas viven en el océano.
  12. La jirafa tiene el cuello y las patas muy largas y los ojos grandes.
  13. Los loros tienen un pico grande, dos alas y dos patas.

The Serengeti

Extension Activities


ONLINE:
Giant Pandas: Reading and Listening Comprehension. Un cuento popular sobre cómo los pandas adquieren su color y un interesante vídeo sobre pandas gigantes salvajes, para desarrollar destrezas de lectura y comprensión auditiva.
Koalas: No Tree .... No Me. Comprensión auditiva y lectura sobre koalas. Se puede usar con el imprimible ´Animals from Down Under" para practicar las cuatro destrezas.
The Mosquito: Listening and Reading Comprehension. Un interesante vídeo de National Geographic sobre el animal favorito de nadie, el mosquito, para practicar la comprensión auditiva, y un texto sobre cómo evitar los picotazos de mosquitos, para leer.

Projects
. Proyecto de investigación sobre animales salvajes. Crear un álbum de recortes sobre los animales trabajados (uno por alumno). Cada uno buscará imágenes relacionadas con su animal, y redactará un pequeño texto descriptivo: dónde viven, qué comen, de qué color son, si tienen pelo/plumas/piel, alas/patas/cola, y lo que puede o no pueden hacer (correr, volar, saltar, hablar, arrastrarse, andar...). Una vez terminado, el libro pasa a formar parte de la biblioteca bilingüe del aula. Finalmente, pretendemos volcar toda la información obtenida en nuestro e-portfolio personal.


Unit 3 - A town in Peru

Vocabulary

  • Shops (nuevas y de repaso): shopping centre, supermarket, market, toy shop, clothes shop, music shop, sport shop, computer shop, newsagent, stationer's, bakery, grocery, restaurant.
  • Places in the town (nuevas y de repaso): town centre, library, cinema, park, bank, zoo, church, cathedral, school, hotel, hospital, train station, bus station, airport, harbour, university, museum, post office, police station, factory.
  • Parts in the street: traffic lights, street (St.), road (Rd.), avenue (Av.), square, pavement, litter-bin, streetlamp, bus-stop, zebra crossing (pedestrian crossing), crossroads (juction), bridge
     Listen and learn the vocabulary

PREPOSITIONS: next to, behind, opposite, between, in, near, in front of.
GIVING DIRECTIONS: turn right, turn left, go straight on.



STRUCTURES

Present 

Affirmative  There is / there are. Ambos significan "hay". There is se usa en singular (hay "uno"), y there are se usa en plural (hay "más de uno").

Examples:
There is a shopping centre behind the school.
Hay un centro comercial detrás del colegio.

There are lots of restaurants next to the bank.
Hay muchos restaurantes al lado del banco. 
   Interrogative: Is There ? ¿Hay? (uno)  Are there? ¿Hay? (más de uno)


Short answers:  Singular Yes, there is      No, there isn,t 
                          Plural    Yes, there are   No there aren,t
Examples:
Is there a museum opposite the cathedral? Yes, there is.
 ¿Hay un museo en frente de la catedral? Si, hay.
Are there two children in the park? Yes, there are.
¿Hay dos niños en el parque? Si, hay.   

Negative:      There isn't No hay (uno) There aren't No hay (más de uno)
Examples:
There isn't a cinema between the post office and the hotel.
No hay un cine entre la oficina de correos y el hotel.
There aren't lots of banks next to the theatre.
No hay muchos bancos al lado del teatro.   

Where is the theatre? It's behind the park. Go straight on and turn right.
¿Dónde está el teatro? Está detrás del parque. Sigue recto y gira a la derecha.  

Para preguntar dónde encuentra algo :
Singular: Where + is+.........?  It's + preposition +...........
Plural:     Where + are +......? They're + preposition +........



THERE IS (hay, singular)) -  IT IS (es, está)

THERE ARE (hay, plural) - THEY ARE (son, están) 

  Practice with these sentences. Translate.
Hay un banco al lado de la comisaría.
Hay dos restaurantes en frente de la oficina de correos.
No hay una catedral detrás del museo.
No hay muchos teatros en el centro de la ciudad. 
¿Hay un polideportivo en frente del centro comercial? Si,
¿Hay muchos restaurantes al lado del parque? No. 
¿Dónde está el museo? Está en frente del centro deportivo. Gira a la izquierda y sigue recto.

Reinforce Activities


There is / There are


Story: In an Inca Town
Questions about the story

Where are Beth and Tom?
Are there shops and restaurants in the square?
Where is the museum?
Is there a shopping centre in the old map?
Why is the statue moving?


Prepositions of Place
True and False. Observa la imagen y lee las frases. Marca TRUE (verdadero) o FALSE (falso).

Asking and giving directions







Peru

Peru is a country in South America. Its flag is red and white and its capital city is Lima. The weather in winter is very cold and in summer it's very hot. People in Peru speak Spanish. It has got a beautiful cathedral and there are also many museums. In the new part of Lima there are modern shopping centres with restaurants and sports centre. Peru has also got many ancient cities.

Questions
1- Where is Peru?
2- What colour is its flag?
3- What language do people speak?
4- What is its capital city?
5- Is there a cathedral in Lima?
6- Are there restaurants and shopping centres in the new part of Lima?
7- What’s the weather like in winter?

 
Questions p. 28
1-           Is there a girl between the school and the park?
2-           How many children are there in the park?
3-           Is there a girl next to the post office?
4-           Are there three children next to the police station?
5-           Is there a boy next to the bank?

Projects

    Elaborar un póster con un plano de la calle o barrio del alumno/a, que incluya los principales comercios y edificios. Se añadirá una descripción de la calle o barrio, que incluirá la dirección del alumno/a. 

    Work in groups of four and use a big cardboard. Write at least 10 lines.

    Examples:

    I live in.....................
    My neighbourhood is called...................
    I live in ...................Street.
    There is a .............................in my neighbourhood.
    There are many .....................in Cortijo Alto.
    The shopping centre is opposite...................................
    The church is next to...........................................
    etc......

    Google maps








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    Unit 4 - A school in China

    Vocabulary
    Subjets :(Van siempre en mayúscula) History, Maths, Science, Art, Sports , Physical Education (P.E.), Music, English, Language, Chinese, ICT(Computers), Religion, Citizenship.

    Places at school: classroom, lab, gym, canteen, hall, library, playground.
     Food (repaso): ice cream, sandwiches, apples, cheese, salad, pizza, biscuits, chocolate, cake, fish, melon, bananas, pork, yoghourt, milkshake, orange juice, rice, chicken, watermelon, tomatoes, cereal, chips, pasta, burger, vegetables, cola, lemonade, milk, toast, soup, omelette, fish, meat, eggs, bacon, sausages, tea…

    Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.

    Structures
    Verb to have  (tener o tomar) Present Simple
    Affirmative
    I have Maths in class 5. (Tengo matemáticas en clase 5)
    You have Art on Wednesdays. (Tú tienes artística los miércoles.)
    He / she has Sports in the gym. (Él, ella tiene deportes en el gimnasio)
    Negative
    I don't have Science in the lab. (No tengo ciencias en el laboratorio)
    You don't have History on Tuesdays. (Tú no tienes Historia los martes)
    He / she doesn't have Music in the Music class.(Él, ella no tiene música en la clase de música)
    Interogative 
    Do you have milk for breakfast? Yes, I do (¿Tomas leche para desayunar? Si)

    Does he/she have salad for lunch? No, he/she doesn't (¿Toma él/ella ensalada para almorzar? No)



    What do you have for dinner? I have pizza and salad for dinner. (¿Qué tomas para cenar? Tomo pizza y ensalada para cenar)

    When do you have Music? I have music on Fridays.

    (¿Cuándo tienes música? Tengo música los Viernes)

    Where do you have English? I have English in class 5.

    (¿Dónde tienes inglés? Tengo inglés en la clase 5)







    Portfolio
    My favourites. Crear una ficha personal donde se describa lo que le gusta y no le gusta comer a cada uno, las actividades y las asignaturas favoritas. También pueden crear una ficha similar de alguien de su familia. 
     Project
    Make your timetable in English
    Make a healthy menu for daily life.


    Unit 5 - A day in Canada

     

    Vocabulary

    • Daily routines: start school, finish school, feed the dog, wash the dishes, go fishing, make your bed
      • Cursos anteriores: get up, have a shower, get dressed, have breakfast, wash my face, clean your teeth, comb your hair, go to school, go home, have lunch, do my homework, use my computer, go out, study, have dinner, watch television (watch T.V.), go to bed.

    Structures

    Present Simple+ time.

    Affirmative - Interrogative

    What time do you go to school?( ¿A qué hora vas al cole?)

    I go to school at nine o'clock.(Voy al cole a las nueve en punto)

    What time does he make his bed?(¿A qué hora hace él su cama?)

    He makes his bed at half past eight.(Èl hace su cama a las ocho y media)

    Negative

    I don't wash the dishes at quarter past seven.(Yo no friego los platos a las siete y cuarto)

    She doesn't feed the dog at quarter to six (Ella no le pone la comida al perro a las seis menos cuarto)




    Reinforce Activities



    Projects


    • My Daily Routine. Descripción de la propia rutina diaria, de cada día de la semana.
    • My friend. Escribir una entrevista al mejor amigo/a, con preguntas que incluyan cuál es su nombre, edad, dónde vive, cuántos hermanos y hermanas tiene, lo que le gusta (color, comida, asignatura), y lo que generalmente hace durante la semana.

    Unit 6  People of New York

    5th Level students are going to start Unit 6. This unit is about people of New York, jobs and nationalities. You must study these words and sentences:



    VOCABULARY
    Jobs
    a film star: estrella del cine
    a firefighter: bombero
    a baseball player: jugador de béisbol
    a nurse: enfermera/o
    a taxi driver: taxista
    a cook: cocinero/a
    an artist: artista
    a musician: músico/a
    a teacher: maestro/a
    a clown : payaso
    a doctor: doctor/a
    a farmer. granjero/a
    a baker: panadero/a
    a singer: cantante
    Coloca siempre el artículo a delante de las profesiones.(An si la palabra siguiente empieza por vocal)


    Countries and Nationalities
    Spain: España
    Spanish: Español
    France: Francia
    French: Francés
    Germany: Alemania
    German: Alemán
    The UK (United Kingdom)/ Great Britain: Reino Unido (England+Scotland+Wales+Nothern Ireland)
    British : Británico
    England: Inglaterra.
    English: Inglés
    Scotland: Escocia
    Scottish: Escocés
    Wales: Gales
    Welsh: Galés 
    Nothern Ireland:Irlanda del Norte
    Ireland: Irlanda
    Irish: Irlandés
    USA (United States of America): Estados Unidos de América
    American: Americano
    Italy: Italia
    Italian: Italiano
    Portugal : Portugal
    Portuguese: Portugués
    China: China
    Chinese: Chino
    Russia: Rusia
    Russian: Ruso
    Japan: Japón
    Japenese: Japonés 
    La nacionalidad va siempre en mayúscula.
     Structures

    Verb To BE : Ser o estar
    Present
    I am: Yo soy 
    You are: Tú eres 
    He is: Él es
    She is: Ella es 
     It is : Eso es 
    We are: Nosotros somos 
    You are: Vosotros sois 
    They are: Ellos son 
    Past
    I was: Yo era
    You were: Tú eras
    He was: Él era
    She was: Ella era
    It was: Eso era
    We were: Nosotros éramos
    You were: Vosotros érais
    They were: Ellos eran 

    El verbo to be no necesita auxiliar. Para la interrogación cambia el orden y para la negación utiliza not.

    Was she a doctor? Yes, she was / No, she wasn't
    He was not (wasn't) at Times Square on Monday. 



    Sentences 
    Ejemplos de algunos usos del verbo to be:

    1- Para hablar de las profesiones 

    I was a nurse, but now I am a teacher.
    Yo era enfermera, pero ahora soy maestra.
    Is she a cook? Yes, she is
    ¿Es ella cocinera? Si, es.

    2- Para decir o preguntar la nacionalidad o el país de procedencia:
     
    Where is he from? He is from France. He's French.
    ¿De dónde es él? Él es de Francia. Él es francés.

    Where are you from? I'm from Spain. I'm Spanish.
    ¿De dónde eres? Soy de España. Soy español.

    3-Para decir el lugar donde hemos estado. 
      
    We were at Central Park on Monday.
    Nosotros estuvimos en Central Park el lunes.
    They were at Times Square on Sunday.
    Ellos estuvieron en Times square el domingo.

    Reinforce Activities 
    Jobs vocabulary. 
    Occupations
    Verb to be: present and past.
    Nationalities. 
    Countries 
    Jobs 
    To be past
    To be present
    To be present
    To be present
    To be present
       Story: I'm from New York.


    Reading


    Tom Hanks

    Who is Tom Hanks?              

    Where is he from?

    Has he got any awards?

    Does he like football?

    What’s his most famous role?

    What’s his favourite singer?

    Do you know more films by Tom Hanks?

     

    Ewan Macgregor

    Who is Ewan Mcgregor?

    Where is he from?

    Where does he live?

    Where is his wife from?

    How many daughters has he got?

    Was his mum a teacher?

    What was his role in Star Wars?

    Does he like singing and dancing?

    What was his role in Moulin Rouge?

    Do you know more films by Ewan Mcgregor?




    Projects

    Famous Occupations. Cada alumno/a elegirá una profesión, e investigará los personajes famosos que ejercieron en ella, con una breve descripción tanto de la ocupación como de alguno de los personajes.

    Portfolio

    • What I will be - Jobs. Cada alumno/a escribirá sobre lo que le gustaría ser de mayor (profesión), incluyendo una foto y un texto que describa en qué consiste el trabajo en sí. Se pueden incluir varias profesiones.
    • My father / My mother is a... Cada alumno describirá a qué se dedica su padre o su madre, o cualquier otro miembro de su familia.


    REVISION UNIT  6

    1  1)                      TRANSLATE  INTO SPANISH

         Where are youn from?
    -       I’m from Spain. I’m a student.
            Where is he from? 
    -       He is from the UK. He`s a firefighter.
    -       We weren't at Rockefeller Centre on Monday.
    -       He was at Natural History Museum on Sunday.
    -       I was a film star but now I’m a cook now.
    -       She wasn't a cook.


     
    2    2)                   TRANSLATE INTO ENGLISH

        ¿De dónde  eres?
    -       Yo soy de  España. Yo soy  bombero.
            ¿De dónde es él?
             Él es de Alemania. El es artista.
    -       Nosotros estuvimos en Central Park el miércoles.
    -       Ellos no estuvieron en La Estatua de la Libertad el jueves.
    -       Yo era payaso pero ahora soy maestro.
    -       Ella no era granjera, ella era taxista.





      3)       TRANSLATE.
    1-      I’m from Spain, I´m Spanish.
    2-      Beth is from the UK, she’s English.
    3-      Jack’s from the USA, he’s American.
    4-      Jack’s dad is a taxi driver.
    5-      Jack’s granddad was from the UK.
    6-      Ewan Mcgregor  is a film star.
    7-      We were at El Torcal on Wednesday.


        4)      ANSWER
    1-      Where are you from?
    2-      Is your mum a house wife?
    3-      Is  your dad a baseball player?
    4-      Where is Megan from?(unit 1)
    5-      Is  Sally from Canada? (unit 5)
    6-      Is Maria’s mum a cleaner?(unit 3)

        5)      COMPLETE
    1-      What’s ………………name? He’s…………………………..He’s a baseball …………….from the USA
    2-      What’s  her…………………?............Rocky Rhonda …………….a rock musician…………… …………
    3-      Beth and  Tom were at ………………………………………on Monday.
    4-      They were at……………………………………………………..on Tuesday.
    5-      They were at……………………………………………………..on Wednesday.
    6-      They were at…………………………………………………... on Thursday.
    7-      Tom Hanks’ mum was a ……………………
    8-      His favourite singer is……………………..
    9-      He …………..a ticket…………………….in the film…………………………………
    10-   He is from………………………………, ………………..

        6)     WRITE
    1-      Verb to be. Present.
    Affirmative                                        Negative                                         Interrogative







    2-      Verb to be. Past
                     Affirmative                                                     Negative                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Interrogative    







    REVIEW    5th   COURSE 
    Unit 1
    1)Translate
    1- I like sailing.
    2-You like wind-surfing
    3-He likes playing volleyball
    4-She likes acting
    5-We like going to the cinema
    6-You like shopping
    7-They like swimming
    8-I don’t like running
    9-You don’t like walking
    10-He doesn’t like dancing
    11-She doesn’t like drawing
    12-We don’t playing football
    13-You don’t like reading
    14-They don’t like ice-skating
    2)Answer (he, she: your best friend)
    1-Do you like sailing?
    2-Do you like wind-surfing?
    3-Does he like playing volleyball?
    4-Does she like acting?
    5-Do you like going to the cinema?
    6-Does she like shopping?
    7-Does he like swimming?
    2)True or false (story, comic)
    1-Beth and Tom are in Wales
    2-Megan’s dad likes cycling.
    3-Megan’s mum like ice-skating
    4-Megan’s mum doesn’t like going to the cinema.
    5-Megan’s granny likes wind-surfing.
    6-Megan’s dad  likes singing.
    7-Megan’s granny doesn’t like shopping.
    4) Complete (Reading  about Gina)
    1-Gina lives at …………………..with her family.
    2- She…………….playing computer games, but she doesn,t……………sailing.
    3- Her dad is……………years old. He likes…………………,but he doesn’t like…………………….
    4- Her mum is………………years old.She likes…………………….,but she doesn,t like………………..
    5) Translate
    1. Me gusta patinar sobre hielo.
    2. A María y Pedro les gusta navegar.
    3. A nosotros nos gusta jugar al voleibol.
    4. A mi madre le gusta ir de compras y a mi padre le gusta ir al cine.
    5. Ella está leyendo un libro
    6. Los niños están nadando en la piscina.
    7. Mi abuelos están montando en bicicleta.
    8. A mi hermano le gusta correr y hacer windsurf.
    9. A él le gusta jugar al baloncesto, pero no le gusta actuar.
    10.A ella le gusta dibujar y pintar, pero no le gusta jugar con juegos de ordenador.

    Hazlas en afirmativa, negativa, interrogativa, respuesta breve afirmativa y respuesta breve negativa.
    Ejemplo:  Me gusta patinar sobre hielo.
                   I like ice-skating.
                   I don’t like ice-skating.
                  Do I like ice-skating? Yes. I do  /   No, I don’t.





         Unit 2 

    1        1)  Translate.

    1- Cheetahs are fast.They eat meat and small animals.

    2- Rhinos are big, they’ve got horns.

    3- Hippos live in water and on land.

    4- Flamingos are birds, they can fly.

    5- Vultures can fly, they’ve got white necks.

    2          2) Answer.

    1- Are lions cats?

    2- Have elephants got four legs?

    3- Can monkeys jump?

    4- Where do snakes live?

    5- What do zebras eat?

    6- What colour are eagles?

    3          3) Complete

    1- Ostriches …………..fly.

    2- Vultures live…………………

    3- Buffaloes eat…………………

    4- Amani is from……………..

    5- Serengueti is a…………….

    6- Longleat safari park is in……………

    7- Tanzania is in…………………

     Unit 3

    1) Translate

    1- There is a cathedral in Peru

    2- There are many restaurants in Malaga.

    3- There is a library in my school.

    4- There is a castle in the town centre.

    5- La iglesia está al lado de la comisaría.

    6- El teatro está en frente del centro deportivo.

    2) Answer.

    1- Is there a church in Cortijo Alto?

    2- Are there lots of chairs in your school?

    3- Is there a cinema in Cortijo Alto?

    4- Are there many shops in the town centre?

    5- Is the school opposite Fremap?

    6- Is the football federation next to the shopping centre?

    3) Complete

    1- Maria is from…………..

    2- Cusco is in…………………

    3- Machu Pichu is……………..

    4- Bath is in…………………….

    5- The museum is next to……………

    6- The bank is opposite………………





           

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