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Objective. Student will define 5 new vocabulary words from the Job Application. Students will be able to write 9 sentences using Present Continuous Tense. Chapter 1. Present Continuous Tense. Vocabulary Preview. actor. Vocabulary Preview. instructor. Vocabulary Preview. skater.

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objective
Objective
  • Student will define 5 new vocabulary words from the Job Application.
  • Students will be able to write 9 sentences using Present Continuous Tense
chapter 1
Chapter 1
  • Present Continuous Tense
review
Review

Present Continuous Tense

DVD: Deaf Tutor

Lesson 49-53

present continuous tense
Present Continuous Tense
  • Am
  • Is verb- ING
  • are
present continuous tense1
Present Continuous Tense

What is happening RIGHT NOW

Am

Is verb-ing.

Are

  • I am looking for a pen.
  • You are talking to your friends.
  • He is wearing blue jeans.
  • She is reading.
  • She is watching the teacher.
  • I am teaching you.
present continuous
Present Continuous

Am I

he

Is she

it eating?

we

Are you

they

they re busy page 2
They’re busypage 2
  • Are you busy?
  • Yes, I am. I’m studying.

A. What are you studying?

B. I’m studying English

they re busy page 21
They’re busypage 2
  • Is Alan busy?

baking cookies

A. Is Alan busy?

B. Yes, he is. He’s baking.

A. What is he baking?

B. He’s baking cookies

in class
In class:

SBS

  • Page 2 #1-9
closure
Closure

(The students, wait)

1.) _________ for the school bell to ring.

(have)

2.) Mary ________ a chocolate chip cookie.

Continue next page (for next day)

objective1
Objective
  • Student will define 5 new vocabulary words from the Job Application.
  • Students will identify the –ing rules by correcting the incorrect words.
  • Given the handout, the students will put the correct verb tense (Present Continuous Tense) by filling the blanks in 26 sentences.
present continuous tense2
Present Continuous Tense
  • Am
  • Is verb- ING
  • are
rules
Rules:
  • Add –ing to most verbs
    • Reading
    • Working
    • Playing
rules1
Rules:

2. When a verb ends in e, such as “write”, drop the e and add –ing.

  • Dance Dancing
  • Write writing
rules2
Rules:

3. When a verb ends in CVC, double the last consonant and add ing

cvc

PUT

Puting is wrong

Double the last consonant and add ing as “putting”

rules3
Rules:

Examples:

cvc

  • Stop - stopping
  • Purr - purring
rules4
Rules:

4. Do NOT double the last consonant before ing when a verb ends in w, x, or y

You cannot add another consonant:

  • Buy Buyying Buying
  • Sew Sewwing Sewing
  • Fix Fixxing Fixing
  • Say Sayying Saying
rules5
Rules:

5. Do NOT double the last consonant before ing when a verb ends in VVC

vvc

Eat

Eatting is wrong. There are two vowels before the t.

Eating

rules6
Rules:

Example:

vvc

Wait

Waitt – wrong

Waiting - right

slates
Slates

Explain why this is incorrect:

runing

slates1
Slates

Answer:

CVC

cvc

Run ning

slates2
Slates

Explain why this is incorrect:

buyying

slates3
Slates

Answer:

Do NOT double the last consonant

before ing when a verb ends in w, x, or

y

You cannot add another consonant:

cvc

  • Buy Buyying Buying
closure1
Closure
  • Handout: -ing rules
  • Notes for students to fill out 5 rules of present continuous
in class1
In class:

Handout:

(you will put the correct verb tense (Present Continuous Tense) by filling the blanks in 26 sentences)

closure2
Closure

(The students, wait)

1.) _________ for the school bell to ring.

(have)

2.) Mary ________ a chocolate chip cookie.

objective2
Objective
  • Students will define 5 vocabulary words from the Job Application.
  • Students will be able to write 9 “Simple Present Tense” sentences.
chapter 11

Chapter 1

Review: Simple Present Tense

slide35

Review

  • Simple Present Tense
  • DVD
slide36

What do you like to do on the weekend?

I

We

You like to

They

eat.

He

She likes to

It

slide37

What do you like to do on the weekend?

I

we

do you

What they like to do on the weekend?

he

does she

it

slide38

What do you like to do on the weekend?

I

we

do you

What they like to do on the weekend?

he

does she

it

slide39

Simple Present Tense

I

we

Do you

they

eat?

he

Does she

it

slide40

Example:

  • What do you like to do on the weekend?
  • I like to read.
  • A. What does Ron like to do on the weekend?
  • B. He likes to go to the mall.
slide41

Example on page 3

  • What are you doing?
  • I’m practicing the piano.
  • A. Do you practice the piano very often?
  • B. Yes, I do. I practice the piano whenever I can.
slide42

In class:

  • SbS page 3 #1-9
slide43

Closure

  • Write on a piece of paper:
  • What is Simple Present Tense?
  • Write two sentences (your own words) using Simple Present Tense.
slide44

Objective

  • Students will define 5 vocabulary words from the Job Application.
  • Students will explain Simple Present Tense.
  • Students will explain why “ies” and “ys” and “es”
  • Students will be able to write 9 “Simple Present Tense” sentences.
slide45

SbS Chapter 1:

  • Simple Present Tense
slide46

Review:

  • What is Simple Present Tense?
  • On the slate:
    • Write a sentence using Simple Present Tense.
slide47

DVD

Present Tense

slide48

Simple Present Tense

SingularPlural

1st person I walk. We walk.

2nd person You walk. You walk.

3rd person He walks. They walk.

She walks.

It walks.

1st person I do walk. We do walk.

2nd person You do walk. You do walk.

3rd person He does walk. They do walk.

She does walk.

It does walk.

slide49

Continue: Simple Present Tense

  • He
  • She verb s
  • It
  • They
  • We verb (no s)
  • You
  • I
slide50

Examples:

  • Sally misses breakfast each morning.
  • Fred talks to his mother every now and then.
  • Sally goes to class every day
  • My sister sees a bee.
  • They see a bee.
  • We see a bee.
  • My sisters see a bee.
  • I go to class every day.
  • You wear a T-shirt three times a week.
slide51

Simple Present Tense

  • Review:
  • He, She, It – verb (S)
    • He runs
    • She runs
    • It grows
slide52

Simple Present Tense

  • Review:
  • Sh, Ch, S, X = must add “es”
  • For example:
  • Watches
  • Brushes
slide53

Simple Present Tense

  • Review:
  • Y = “ies”
  • Example:
  • Try tries
  • Carry carries
slide54

Simple Present Tense

  • Review: “ies”
  • Vowels: AEIOU (you don’t drop the “y”)
  • Example:
  • Play Plaies Plays
  • Buy buies buys
slide55

In class:

  • Talk to 4 other people:
  • 1.) Q: What do you like to do? _name_
  • A:
  • Q:What does __(name)__ like to do?
  • A:
slide56

Example:

  • 1.) Q: What do you like to do? (Omar)
  • A: I like to practice football.
  • Q: What does your friend Steven like to do?
  • A: He likes to play Playstation 2: Carbon.
  • 2.) What do you like to do? (Melissa)
  • I like to walk my dogs everyday after school.
  • What does Maria Angulo like to do?
  • She likes to take lots of pictures.
slide57

Do you like to ski?

  • Do you like to ski?
  • No, I don’t. I’m not a very good skier.
  • A. Does Ryan like to ski?
  • B. No, he doesn’t. He’s not a very good skier.
slide58

In class:

  • SbS page 4 #1-9
slide59

Closure

  • Piece of paper:
  • What is Simple Present Tense?
  • Write 2 “Simple Present Tense” sentences.
  • Write the correct answer:
    • He (brush brushs brushes) his hair every morning.
    • She (play plaies plays playes) with her doll every day.
objective3
Objective
  • Student will define 5 new vocabulary words from the Job Application.
  • Students will identify the –ing rules by correcting the incorrect words.
  • Given the handout, the students will choose whether the verb should be in the PRESENT CONTINUOUS or the SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE by choosing “a” or “b” in 20 sentences.
in class2
In class

Two handouts (part 1 and part 2)

- (In file)

  • Continue more later….
closure3
Closure

1.) What is she doing? She ________ to music.

a.)listens

b.)is listening

2.) My teacher always ________ very slowly.

a.)is signing

b.)signs

reading page 5
Reading page 5
  • Practicing
    • Two sisters
    • Brother
    • I
  • My sisters, my brother and I are busy this afternoon. We’re staying after school, and we’re practicing different things.
reading page 51
Reading page 5

I’m practicing soccer. I practice soccer every day after school. My soccer coach tells me I’m an excellent soccer player, and my friends tell me I play soccer better than anyone else in the school. I want to be a professional soccer player when I grow up. That’s why I practice every day.

reading page 52
Reading page 5

My sister Anita is practicing tennis. She practices tennis every day after school. Her tennis coach tells her she’s an excellent tennis player, and her friends tell her she plays tennis better than anyone else in the school. Anita wants to be a professional tennis player when she grows up. That’s why she practices every day.

reading page 53
Reading page 5

My brother Hector is practicing the violin. He practices the violin every day after school. His music teacher tells him he’s an excellent violinist, and his friends tell him he plays the violin better than anyone else in the school. Hector wants to be a professional violinist when he grows up. That’s why he practices every day.

reading page 54
Reading page 5

My sisters Jenny and Vanessa are practicing ballet. They practice ballet every day after school. Their ballet instructor tells them they’re excellent ballet dancers, and their friends tell them they dance better than anyone else in the school. Jenny and Vanessa want to be professional ballet dancers when they grow up. That’s why they practice every day.

slide70
Q & A
  • You’re talking with the person (I) who told the story on page 5. Using this model (picture), create 3 dialogs based on the story.
  • Example:

A. What’s your sister Anita doing?

B. She’s practicing tennis

A. Does she practice very often?

B. Yes, she does. She practices every day after school.

A. Is she good tennis player?

B. Yes, she is. Her tennis instructor says she’s excellent, and her friends tell her she plays tennis better than anyone else in the school.

wip 10 minutes
WIP – 10 minutes
  • What do you practice?
  • Are you good?
  • How often do you practice?
  • Is that what you want to do when you grow up?
wip 10 minutes1
WIP – 10 minutes

Tell about studying English. (page 6)

Do you go to English class? Where? When do you go to class? What’s your teacher’s name?

When do you practice English?

How do you practice?

What do you practice with?