The English Village. 5º básico. Ana Manonellas Balladares EDICIÓN ESPECIAL PARA EL MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIÓN. PROHIBIDA SU COMERCIALIZACIÓN

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1 STUDENT S BOOK INGLÉS The English Village Ana Manonellas Balladares 5º básico EDICIÓN ESPECIAL PARA EL MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIÓN. PROHIBIDA SU COMERCIALIZACIÓN

2 STUDENT S BOOK INGLÉS The English Village Ana Manonellas Balladares Teacher of English, Universidad de Santiago. Postgraduate Diploma of Education Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. 5º básico Este libro pertenece a: Nombre: Curso: Colegio: Te lo ha hecho llegar gratuitamente el Ministerio de Educación a través del establecimiento educacional en el que estudias. Es para tu uso personal tanto en tu colegio como en tu casa; cuídalo para que te sirva durante todo el año. S i te cambias de colegio lo debes llevar contigo y al finalizar el año, guardarlo en tu casa.

3 DISCOVER YOUR BOOK cafeteria gym cabins recreational facilities swimming pool fruit and vegetable garden football field Listening, reading and speaking activities are recorded. picnic area WELCOME TO THE ENGLISH VILLAGE animal farm Listen to the CD with your teacher. 6 six seven 7 The English Village. This is a big picture to introduce the place where lots of things will happen The English Village and the characters that will help you to learn English: the tutors Susan and Tony, and the Chilean students Carolina, Gonzalo, Macarena, and Pablo. Unit 1 THE PEOPLE, THE SCHOOL, THE CLASSROOM school students 5 th grade classroom playground LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the beginning of each unit, a big picture will show you the characters, the places and the situations you will find in it. You can read the objectives of the unit there, and also answer some questions about the topic and the learning objectives of the unit. Reading You will use different strategies to read and understand an . a brochure. cards with personal information. Listening You will use different strategies to listen and understand a dialogue with personal introductions. classroom instructions. a song with instructions. 8 eight Oral expression You will introduce yourself. give instructions. act out dialogues. sing a song. Written expression You will complete cards with personal information. write an . complete charts with information from a brochure. LET S GET READY! 1. Tell your partner three things about yourself. 2. Make a list of two obligations at home and two at school. Share with the class. 3. What s your favourite place in your school? Share with the class. school entrance nine 9 CLASSROOM LANGUAGE Lesson 3 5 The Director of The English Village is teaching the children some important instructions. Match the actions (a - j) to the pictures (1-10) IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: listen and show comprehension of instructions. read instructions and relate them to images. complete instructions in writing. organise and reproduce a dialogue in a classroom. Before listening 1 Work in your group. Can you find these objects in the picture and in your classroom? board book desk door page 2 Match using the colour code. Close Open Read Sit down Stand up Abra Cierre Lea Párese Siéntese 3 Look at the pictures on the left with your partner. Match the numbers to the following classroom instructions. 3 a. Close your books. b. Come to the board. c. Can I come in? d. Listen. e. Open your books on page 10. f. Read the instructions. g. Silence, please. h. Sit down. i. Stand up. j. Close the door Come to the board. Listen. Silence. Open your books. Sit down twenty-two Stand up. 4 In your group, collect instructions you normally receive at school and at home. Share and compare with the class. 7 8 Listening 6 8 Listen and check your answers in Exercise Listen and point at the actions in the pictures (1-10). 8 8 Listen and mime the actions twenty-three 23 Unit 1 Listening lesson with activities to help you to understand a spoken text and learn English. 2 two

4 THE VILLAGE Lesson 4 Reading 12 ICONS AND SECTIONS Before reading The English Village Students Tutors 1 Look at the illustration on the left and find four students and two tutors you know. The students are from all over Chile. They are here to practise English. The tutors are from English- speaking countries. IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: read and show comprehension of a brochure describing The English Village. listen and identify English sounds. complete dialogues in writing. practise and produce dialogues to introduce people. 2 Find the following words in the picture. a cafeteria accommodation a fruit and vegetable garden a pool a football field 3 Work with your partner. Cross out ( ) the words which are not facilities (Facilities: buildings and services). a. A cafeteria. b. A pool. c. A computer. d. A football field. e. An animal. f. A gym. For example: For example: Gonzalo; he is from This is Susan It is located in Santiago. Iquique. Hardy; she is Carolina; she is from Facilities in the Village: from England. Santiago. A pool Macarena; she is from A football field This is Tony Chillán. A gym Wilson; he is Pablo, he is from A cafeteria from the USA. Coyhaique. An animal farm A fruit and vegetable This is Grace garden Brown; she is Cabins from Australia. Parks 6 Read the text and check your prediction in Exercise 5. 7 Read the text again. Find and write the information in the charts. a. Listening lesson Reading lesson 28 twenty-eight 4 Now that you know this, take a look at the text. There are 10 cognates. How many can you find and underline in 30 seconds? 5 Look at the text on page 29. What is it? a. A description. b. An invitation. c. A story. Location Facilities b. Students Country Cities c. Tutors Countries The English Village twenty-nine 29 Unit 1 1 Reading lesson with activities to help you to understand a written text and learn English. Activities for fast learners or keener students. All the material for the listening tasks. LANGUAGE FORm Analysis and discovery of a key grammatical item. FINAL TEST FUN A simple joke connected with the topic, supported by a picture. Reading 19 5 Copy the correct instruction below the corresponding picture. (4 marks) Singapore Sports School Are you good at sports? Can you imagine a school where the only thing students do is practise sports? That is the case of the students at the Singapore Sports School in Asia, a school specialised in sports. The children do sports such as football, tennis, athletics, etc. The teachers are professional sportspeople, and the children enjoy going to school every day. The facilities of the school are: - two Olympic swimming pools. - a multi-sport auditorium. - a synthetic football field. - a gym. - a cycle track. - two tennis courts. 1 Answer T (True) or F (False) (4 marks) a. The Sports School is in Europe. b. The children do different types of sports. c. The teachers are not good at sports. d. The facilities of the school include two gyms. Circle the words that are facilities. 2 (3 marks) a. Gym c. Children e. Tennis courts b. Football field d. Athletics f. Professional 3 On a separate sheet of paper, write a postcard to a student in Singapore, describing your school. Remember the writing steps. (2 marks) 4 Complete the sentences. (3 marks) a. Tony from New York. b. I from Santiago. c. Carolina from Maipú. 40 forty Open your books Sit down Listen! Come to the board! b. c. d. a. 20 Listen to a conversation about a Spanish Village in England. Fill in blanks (a f). 6 the (6 marks) A: Hello B: Hi! A: What s your name? B: My name s Paul and I m a student at the (a) Village in Newcastle, in England. A: Where are you from? B: I m from Liverpool. A: Can you describe the Spanish village? B: Of course! The village has many (b), such as an animal (c), a (d), and many (e). My favourite place is the (f) room, because I can chat with my friends in Spanish! A: Thank you very much! B: You re welcome. 7 Work in pairs. Role play the conversation with Paul. Great! Not too bad! Help! The English Village 0 to 7 correct answers HELP! An important part of the contents has not been completely understood. Study the contents, get some help, and then do the exercises again. 8 to 18 correct answers FAIR You have been able to understand an important part of the contents; however, there are still some you need to consolidate. Revise the contents. Correct the wrong answers. You can ask for help if you want. You can do much better! 19 to 22 correct answers EXCELLENT You have learnt all or almost all the contents in this unit. Very good! Keep up the good work! forty-one 41 Unit 1 P R O J E C T Collaborative work to help you to put into practice the language you have learnt. Final test: At the end of every unit, there is a formal test that includes the contents of the whole unit, assessing reading and listening comprehension. It also includes a rubric that will tell you in detail what you have done well and what you need to improve. Statements to help you to reflect on your strengths and weaknesses and measure your learning. three 3

5 INDEX Unit 1 Unit 1 The people, the school, the classroom Lesson 1 The participants Lesson 2 The competition Lesson 3 Classroom language Lesson 4 The village Final test Unit 2 Unit 2 At home Lesson 1 Accomodation Lesson 2 Houses Lesson 3 Families Lesson 4 Jobs Final test Unit 3 Unit 3 Food and health Lesson 1 The weekly menu Lesson 2 Lunch Lesson 3 Healthy food / junk food Lesson 4 At the English Village kiosk Final test four

6 Unit 4 Unit 4 No matter the weather Lesson 1 What s the weather like? Lesson 2 My holiday activities Lesson 3 Technology at hand Lesson 4 I m sorry Final test Unit 5 Unit 5 Nature Lesson 1 Plants and flowers in the area Lesson 2 Starting a herb garden Lesson 3 National flowers Lesson 4 Our pets Final test Answer key Websites Bibliography five 5

7 gym swimming pool football field picnic area 6 six

8 cafeteria cabins recreational facilities fruit and vegetable garden WELCOME TO THE ENGLISH VILLAGE animal farm seven 7

9 Unit 1 THE PEOPLE, THE SCHOOL, THE CLASSROOm school playground LEARNING OBJECTIVES Reading You will use different strategies to read and understand an . a brochure. cards with personal information. Listening You will use different strategies to listen and understand a dialogue with personal introductions. classroom instructions. a song with instructions. Oral expression You will introduce yourself. give instructions. act out dialogues. sing a song. Written expression You will complete cards with personal information. write an . complete charts with information from a brochure. 8 eight

10 students 5 th grade classroom LET S GET READY! 1. Tell your partner three things about yourself. 2. Make a list of two obligations at home and two at school. Share with the class. 3. What s your favourite place in your school? Share with the class. school entrance nine 9

11 Unit 1 What do you know? Lesson 1 THE PARTICIPANTS Lesson 2 THE COmPETITION 1 Make a list of English words you know. a. b. c. d. 2 What languages are spoken in these countries? 1 Match the words to the pictures. 1 a. Teacher b. Boy 2 c. Girl 3 d. Director a. 4 2 Copy the following numbers in order. b. TWO TEN SEVEN SIX ONE THREE FIVE NINE FOUR EIGHT c. d. 10 ten

12 Lesson 3 CLASSROOm LANGUAGE Lesson 4 THE VILLAGE 1 Complete the names of these school places. 1 Match the pictures to the words. THREE P r C r _ TWO ONE FOUR C e r C t l 2 Complete the dialogue. 2 Complete this dialogue. Where you? Hi! I m, I from Chile, in fifth grade. I from Santiago de Chile. Unit 1 Hi!, from Chillán, also in fith grade. eleven 11

13 THE PARTICIPANTS Lesson Before listening 1 Write the number of the picture next to the corresponding place. 2 a. Big Ben, London, England. b. Buoy marking where the Esmeralda sank, Iquique, Chile. c. Chillán Cathedral, Chillán, Chile. d. Statue of Liberty, New York, the USA. e. Maipú Temple, Santiago, Chile. 5 f. Shepherd s Monument, Coyhaique, Chile. g. Opera House, Sydney, Australia. 4 IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: find and show comprehension of information about different people and places. show comprehension of short written texts. complete dialogues and cards with specific information. produce and reproduce dialogues to share personal information. 6 2 Where in Chile do you live? Complete the sentence. I live in. 3 What is the text about? Guess and tick ( ) an option. a. English-speaking countries. b. People at The English Village. 7 c. Buildings. 12 twelve

14 Listening 4 2 Listen and check your prediction in Exercise Look at the pictures of the participants. Mark the speakers you hear with a tick. Susan Tony Gonzalo Macarena 6 2 Listen again and write the name of the people in the order they speak. Speaker 1: Speaker 2: Speaker 3: Speaker 4: 7 2 Listen once more and complete the identification cards (a d). a NAME: Gonzalo SCHOOL: School George Washington b NAME: Macarena CITY: MAIL: SCHOOL: International School CITY: MAIL: Unit 1 thirteen 13

15 c NAME: Tony SCHOOL: d NAME: Susan CITY: MAIL: SCHOOL: CITY: MAIL: After listening 8 3 First only listen and then listen and repeat. What s What s your name? Hello Hello, I m Gonzalo. I m I m from I m from Santiago. I m I m in fifth I m in fifth grade. I m I m a student I m a student at the Lord Cochrane School. Goodbye! LANGUAGE FORm I m 1. Notice these sentences from the text. a. I m Tony. I m Susan. I m Gonzalo. b. I m from Iquique. I m from London. I m from Chillán. 2. What information can you find in a. and in b.? 3. Find more examples of each type in this lesson. 14 fourteen

16 9 Practise in small groups. Use the different identification cards in this lesson. NAME: Pablo Fuentes COUNTRY: Chile NAME: Carolina González COUNTRY: Chile GRADE: Fifth grade GRADE: Fifth grade SCHOOL: Liceo Regional, Coyhaique SCHOOL: Lincoln School, Maipú, Santiago 10 Answer the following questions. a. Where s Pablo from? b. What s Carolina s grade? 11 Complete and talk to your partner. a. Invent your information and complete Card 1. b. Practise this dialogue with your partner and complete Card 2 with his / her information. You: What s your name? Your partner:. I m from. I m in grade at in. 1 2 NAME: NAME: COUNTRY: GRADE: COUNTRY: GRADE: SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Unit 1 fifteen 15

17 12 4 Listen and match the characters to the places. Which words are similar in Spanish? Compare with your partner. 1 Batman 2 Leela 3 Goku 4 Seiya 5 Stewie a Athena s Sanctuary b Planet Vegeta c Quahog, Rhode Island d Gotham City e New New York 13 Complete this list with English names you know. Compare in your group. Friends names Places in Chile Schools Johnny Cochrane Saint Patrick 14 Create sentences with the names in the chart. Example: I m Johnny, I m from Cochrane, I m a student at Saint Patrick School sixteen

18 15 Make your favourite famous person s identification card. Use it to introduce yourself, indicating your city and school. NAME: AGE: CiTY: COUNTRY: 16 I can introduce myself now! Create a short paragraph introducing yourself, following this basic writing steps: Make a list of the ideas you are going to mention in your paragraph. Write a draft of the paragraph on a separate sheet of paper, clearly stating the order of your ideas (beginning, middle, end). Write a definite version of the paragraph and ask your teacher to correct it. Finally, read it aloud in front of the class. Self Evaluation I can write three words in English which are similar in Spanish.,,. I can introduce myself in one sentence.. Tick according to your performance. YES mm NO P R O J E C T My ID card 1. Work in pairs. 2. Cut out two pieces of cardboard and make two big identification cards. 3. Draw yourselves on the picture spaces and write your personal information. 4. Stick your ID cards on the walls of your classroom. Unit 1 seventeen 17

19 THE COmPETITION Lesson 2 Before reading 1 Look at Pages 8 and 9 and read the labels that indicate places in a school. 2 Notice. COGNATES Words in English that are similar in Spanish. Examples: invitation = invitación participate = participar vacations = vacaciones visit = visitar 3 Similar in Spanish? ( or ). IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: read and demonstrate comprehension of an . identify and repeat English sounds. reproduce specific vocabulary. write a short . Cafeteria Classroom Computer lab Director s office Playground School Teachers room Toilet 4 Point to the places in this map and say the names. Use the words in Exercise 3. 5 Have a quick look at the text on Page 19. Find and circle four cognates. 18 eighteen

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21 After reading 10 6 First only listen and then listen and repeat. a. These pairs of words. b. These numbers. 1 one 2 two three tea 3 three 4 four 5 five 6 six 7 seven 8 eight throne tone 9 nine 9 ten 11 eleven 12 twelve threw two 13 thirteen 14 fourteen c. These places A classroom Classroom 3 The boys toilet The cafeteria The computer lab The Director s office The girls toilet The playground The school entrance The teachers room 11 Match the numbers and the corresponding words five four one seven six three two eleven eight fourteen nine ten thirteen twelve LANGUAGE FORm I am / It is 1. Study these examples. I am (I m) a student. It is (It s) a classroom. 2. Find and underline more examples in the on Page twenty

22 12 7 Follow this model to play Memory Game in groups of four students. a. Student A: Look at the school map for a minute. Memorise the rooms and the numbers. b. Student B, C or E: Say a number between 1 and 14. c. Student A: Say the corresponding place. director s office 1 computer lab 2 classroom 1 3 classroom 2 4 classroom school entrance p l a y g r o u n d boys toilet girls toilet 12 cafeteria teacher s room classroom 6 classroom 5 classroom 4 Number 14. It s the playground. 13 You can write an in English now! Write a short to a friend in your notebook, with your personal information. Follow the example on Page 19 and remember the writing steps on page 17. FUN FUN My problem is that in English I can count only up to three. Self Evaluation I can say three numbers in English.,,. I can name three places in my school.,,. Tick according to your performance. YES mm NO P R O J E C T My school 1. Work in groups of four. 2. Draw a map of your school on a piece of colour cardboard. 3. Number and label the places. 4. Add illustrations. 5. Display it in the classroom. 6. Describe it to your classmates. Example: Number 1 is the school entrance. Unit 1 twenty-one 21

23 CLASSROOm LANGUAGE Lesson 3 Before listening Work in your group. Can you find these objects in the picture and in your classroom? board book desk door page IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: listen and show comprehension of instructions. read instructions and relate them to images. complete instructions in writing. organise and reproduce a dialogue in a classroom. 5 2 Match using the colour code. Close Open Read Sit down Stand up Abra Cierre Lea Párese Siéntese 3 Look at the pictures on the left with your partner. Match the numbers to the following classroom instructions. Come to the board. Listen. Silence. Open your books. Sit down. Stand up. 4 In your group, collect instructions you normally receive at school and at home. Share and compare with the class. 22 twenty-two

24 5 The Director of The English Village is teaching the children some important instructions. Match the actions (a - j) to the pictures (1-10). a. Close your books. b. Come to the board. c. Can I come in? d. Listen. e. Open your books on page 10. f. Read the instructions. g. Silence, please. h. Sit down. i. Stand up. j. Close the door Listening 6 8 Listen and check your answers in Exercise Listen and point at the actions in the pictures (1-10). 8 8 Listen and mime the actions. Unit 1 twenty-three 23

25 After listening LANGUAGE FORM 1. Read these sentences from the text. Close your books. Open the door. Sit down. 2. How can we make these orders more polite? (Find the magic word). 3. Find and copy two more examples from this lesson. Make them polite. Imperatives 9 9 Match the pictures to the instructions. Listen and check, and then listen and repeat. i. Close the window, please. iii. Listen to the music. ii. Go back to your desk. iv. Stop the noise, please Listen and put this dialogue in order. a. Teacher: Do Exercise 10, please. f. Students: Goodbye, Miss Taylor. b. Teacher: Goodbye, children. g. Students: Good morning, Miss Taylor. c. Teacher: That s all. Close your books. h. Students: Thank you, Miss Taylor. d. Teacher: Good morning, children. i. Students: Yes, Miss Taylor. e. Teacher: Sit down, please. 11 Listen and repeat the dialogue. Then role play it in your group. 24 twenty-four

26 12 Complete the instructions according to the pictures. a., please, Mario. b. That s all. your books. c. to the board, please, Cristóbal. d. and open your books. 13 Work with your partner. Student A: Give three instructions. Student B: Obey. Student B: Give three instructions. Student A: Obey Listen and repeat this rap. The school rap 1, 2, 3, 4, Please come in and close the door! 5, 6, 7, 8, It s time for school, you re really late! 9, 10, 9, 10, Don t be late for school again! Unit 1 twenty-five 25

27 15 Complete the sentences (a f) with instructions from the box. stop the noise make your bed close the window, please sit down, please! come to the board, please do your homework a. Tom! before going to school! b. Children,! This is a test! c. Boys,, it s 2 am! d. Marcelo, it s cold! Can you? e. Junior, you can t watch TV. first. f. Exercise 1, Gonzalo, can you? 16 Match these instructions to one of the pictures (1 or 2). a. Close the door. b. Come to the board. c. Listen to music. d. Make your bed. e. Open your book. f. Read the lesson. g. Silence. h. Watch TV twenty-six

28 17 Play Instructions Game in your group. a. One student is the teacher. b. The teacher gives an instruction. c. If the teacher says please, the students obey. If the teacher does not say please, the students do not obey. 18 You can give and follow instructions now! Write two instructions, one for home and one for school. Remember to look at the writing steps on Page 17. a. b. FUN FUN Stand up, Bobby! Time for school! I can complete these instructions. Children, and Self Evaluation your books, to the CD, please. Tick according to your performance. YES mm NO P R O J E C T Classroom instructions 1. Work in groups. 2. Cut out a piece of cardboard and draw a sign or picture representing one of these classroom instructions: a. Sit down. b. Stand up. c. Silence, please! d. Listen! e. Come to the board. 3. Write the instruction on your poster and stick it on the wall at the back of the classroom. Unit 1 twenty-seven 27

29 THE VILLAGE Lesson 4 Before reading 1 Look at the illustration on the left and find four students and two tutors you know. 2 Find the following words in the picture. a cafeteria accommodation a fruit and vegetable garden a pool a football field IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL: read and show comprehension of a brochure describing The English Village. listen and identify English sounds. complete dialogues in writing. practise and produce dialogues to introduce people. 3 Work with your partner. Cross out ( ) the words that are not facilities (Facilities: buildings and services). a. A cafeteria. b. A pool. c. A computer. d. A football field. e. An animal. f. A gym. 4 Now that you know this, take a look at the text. There are 10 cognates. How many can you find and underline in 30 seconds? 5 Look at the text on Page 29. What is it? a. A description. b. An invitation. c. A story. 28 twenty-eight

30 Reading 12 The English Village Students Tutors It is located in Santiago. Facilities in the Village: A pool A football field A gym A cafeteria An animal farm A fruit and vegetable garden Cabins Parks The students are from all over Chile. They are here to practise English. For example: Gonzalo; he is from Iquique. Carolina; she is from Santiago. Macarena; she is from Chillán. Pablo; he is from Coyhaique. The tutors are from English-speaking countries. For example: This is Susan Hardy; she is from England. This is Tony Wilson; he is from the USA. This is Grace Brown; she is from Australia. 6 Read the text and check your prediction in Exercise 5. 7 Read the text again. Find and write the information in the charts. a. The English Village Location Facilities b. Students Country Cities c. Tutors Countries Unit 1 twenty-nine 29

31 After reading 8 Read these words from the text and classify them. Singular animal garden Plural cabins gym cafeteria parks countries pool facilities students farm tutors field village 9 13 Listen. a. Listen and repeat these words. Pay attention to the final sound. brush cash crush English finish fish flash push splash wash b. Listen to ten words and tick those with the same final sound c. Listen and repeat this rhyme. Poor old English turtle Poor old English turtle, He has got no cash, Fishing with no shell on, He will get a rash. LANGUAGE FORM Pronouns 1. Personal pronouns in this lesson: I / you / he / she / it / they. 2. Notice: The English Village It is located in Santiago. Students are from all over Chile They are here to practise English. This is Tony Wilson He is from the USA. This is Susan Hardy She is from England. 3. Find, say and copy more examples from the text. Use the same colours as in the example. 30 thirty

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