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Unit 9 . Back to the future August 10/11. LA CARPETA. Al principio de la carpeta , place important papers from the class . Mr. McGrath will tell you what documents should be there . You are going to keep your daily “Rapid Write ” activity in the first part of the notebook .

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Unit 9

Unit 9

Back tothefuture

August 10/11


La carpeta

LA CARPETA

  • Al principio de la carpeta, place importantpapersfromtheclass. Mr. McGrath willtellyouwhatdocumentsshouldbethere.

  • You are goingtokeepyourdaily “Rapid Write” activity in thefirstpart of thenotebook.

  • OJO — Cada vez que escribes un “Rapid Write,” debes poner la fecha y deben estar en la misma hoja de papel

OJO — La carpeta es una gran parte de la nota final de la clase.

— Vas a dividir la carpeta por cada capítulo de la clase (Por ejemplo “Unit 9: Back tothefuture”)

— IMPORTANTE — Escribe la fecha en cada hoja de papel que recibes u otro papel que pones en este parte de la carpeta.

Thenotebookwillbegradedeach time wehavean oral exam.


Rapid write august 12 2011

Rapid Write — August 12, 2011

ATOZ

On a sheet of notebook paper, write each letter of the alphabet from a to z and try to come up with a word in English that begins with that word.

OJO — Cadaclase vas a escribir un “Rapid Write” al principio de la clase. Debesponer la fechacadavezqueescribes y tambien vas a ponereste en unasección de unacarpeta de argollasquetienes solo para la clase de ingles. Si no estás en clase, yatienesqueescribir un “Rapid Write” y debespreguntar a un compañero de clasepara la actividad – no el profe.


Rapid write august 12 20111

Rapid Write — August12, 2011

  • Answerthesequestions in complete sentences.

  • Whatisyourname?

  • Whatistheperson´snamesittingnexttoyou?

  • Does he orshehave a pet, like a dogorcat?

  • Whatdidyou do overtheweekend?

  • What are yougoingto do thisweekend?


My window

My Window


My window1

My Window


My window2

My Window


Back to the future

Back totheFuture!

  • Video

  • Musicchangesovertheyears: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMH0bHeiRNg


The past

ThePast

QUESTION: Which of thesepastdevelopments are themostimportant? Why?

ANSWER: I think ____ isthemostimportantbecause ______.


The present

ThePresent

QUESTION: Which of thesepresentdevelopments are themostimportant? Why?

ANSWER: I think ____ isthemostimportantbecause ______.


The future

TheFuture

QUESTION: Do youthinkany of thefuturedevelopmentscouldhappen in yourlifetime?

ANSWER: I think ______ willhappen in my lifetime.


Unit 9 conversation

LISTEN TO AND READ ALOUD

UNIT 9 — Conversation

LISTEN

Tanya: This neighborhood sure has changed!

Matt: I know. A few years ago, not many people lived here. But the population is growing so fast these days.

Tanya: Yeah. It seems like there’s a construction site on every corner.

Matt: Remember how we used to buy candy at that little grocery store? Now it’s a multiplex cinema.

Tanya: Yeah, and they’re tearing down our high school. They’re going to build a shopping mall. Soon, there will be just malls and parking lots.

Matt: That’s because everyone has a car! Fifty years ago, people walked everywhere. Nowadays, they drive.


Notes past present future

Notes — Past, Present, Future

August 9/10, 2011


Clue words

ClueWords


Verb forms

VerbForms

-ing

I am living, he isplaying


Practice sentences

Practice Sentences

PRESENT

  • Nowadays, people travel by cars and jet airplanes.

  • Sixty years ago, we lived in St. Louis.

  • These days, all the young people send text messages on their cell phones.

  • Soon, people are going to live on the moon.

  • My grandma used to ride in a Model T Ford.

  • In a few years, the postal system is going to die.

PAST

PRESENT

FUTURE

PAST

FUTURE


Correct the verb

Correct the verb.

used to live

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  • A few years ago, people will live here.

  • Soon, everyone used to drive flying cars.

  • These days, they are going to shop at supermarkets.

  • Twenty years ago, children will play outside.

  • In the past, people shop at grocery stores.

  • In ten years, I live in the United States.

will drive / is going to drive / might drive

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shop / are shopping

played

----

used to shop

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will live / might live

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Matching

Matching

  • Usingyourpaper, find a partnerwho has theotherpart of yoursentence.

As a child, I usedto …

Fiveyearsago, I …

Nowadays, I …

Nextyear, I´mgoingto …

In fiveyears, I´ll …

In ten years, I might …


Homework

Homework

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Unit 9

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Unit 9

C L A S S C O D E S

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Unit 9

NOTES — Unit 9 Back totheFuture INU 411Name:________________________ Date:________________

Past, Present, and Future


Unit 9

NOTES — Unit 9 Back totheFuture INU 411Name:________________________ Date:________________

CONVERSATION

Tanya: This neighborhood sure has changed!

Matt: I know. A few years ago, not many people lived here. But the population is growing so fast these days.

Tanya: Yeah. It seems like there’s a construction site on every corner.

Matt: Remember how we used to buy candy at that little grocery store? Now it’s a multiplex cinema.

Tanya: Yeah, and they’re tearing down our high school. They’re going to build a shopping mall. Soon, there will be just malls and parking lots.

Matt: That’s because everyone has a car! Fifty years ago, people walked everywhere. Nowadays, they drive.

PracticeSentences

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Correcttheverb.

A few years ago, people will live here. ___________________________________

Soon, everyone used to drive flying cars. ___________________________________

These days, they are going to shop at supermarkets. ___________________________________

Twenty years ago, children will play outside. ___________________________________

In the past, people shop at grocery stores. ___________________________________

In ten years, I live in the United States. ___________________________________

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Matching act 4 p 59

1

Matching — Act. 4, p. 59

  • Beforetheautomobile

  • peopledidn´ttravel as muchfromcitytocity.

  • Beforethereweresupermarkets,

  • peopleusedto shop at smallstores.


Matching act 4 p 591

2

Matching — Act. 4, p. 59

  • Aboutfivehundredyearsago,

  • peopleplayedthefirstgame of golf.

  • In mostofficestoday,

  • peoplework more than 40 hours a week


Matching act 4 p 592

3

Matching — Act. 4, p. 59

  • In manycitiesnowadays,

  • pollutionisbecoming a seriousproblem.

  • Soon,

  • doctorsmightfind a cure forthecommoncold.


Matching act 4 p 593

4

Matching — Act. 4, p. 59

  • In thenexthundredyears,

  • mostpeople are goingtowork at home.


Unit 9

5

  • Sometime in thefuture,

  • therewillprobablybecities in space.


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