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Plano de Estudos MEO (My English Online)

Plano de Estudos MEO (My English Online) Transcrito Por: Elias C. Alves @unixelias Fonte: My English
Plano de Estudos MEO (My English Online) Transcrito Por: Elias C. Alves @unixelias Fonte: My English

Transcrito Por: Elias C. Alves @unixelias

Fonte: My English Online http://pt.slideshare.net/MyEnglishOnline http://www.myenglishonline.com.br/tutoriais/planos-de-estudos

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3.0 BR)(CREATIVE COMMONS BRASIL, 2014) , sem quaisquer ônus aos direitos dos criadores do texto. Esta é apenas uma obra de transcrição e formatação, que foi

desenvolvida com a intenção de ajudar novos usuários da plataforma online de aprendizagem em inglês fornecida pelo MEC. A ideia surgiu devido a restrições de downloads nos sites onde as informações foram coletadas, ou seja, as mesmas estão disponíveis nos links citados. Meu trabalho foi apenas o de organizar e formatar as informações, sendo todos os créditos de criação e propriedade dados aos autores.

Não pretendo aqui infringir nenhum direito autoral, criei o presente texto para facilitar meus estudos e de demais pessoas interessadas, sem nenhum ônus financeiros aos autores ou usuários. Esta obra deve ser usada apenas para compartilhamento de informações disponíveis nas referências citadas e para uso pessoal de usuários da plataforma.

O criador desse documento se exime de quaisquer atos ilegais que sejam praticados a partir desta obra sem seu conhecimento.

Elias Alves

Sumário

Nível 1 - Iniciante

Nível 1 - Iniciante

2

3.1

- Cronograma

37

1.1 - Cronograma

2

3.2

- Nível 3, Parte 1

37

1.2 - Nível 1, Parte 1

3

3.2.1 - Índice

37

1.2.1 - Índice

3

3.2.2 - Week 1 : Starting

37

1.2.2 - Week 1: starting

3

3.2.3 - Week 2 : Starting

38

1.2.3 - Week 2: starting

3

3.2.4 - Week 3 : Starting

39

1.2.4 - Week 3: starting

4

3.2.5 - Week 4 : Starting

40

1.2.5 - Week 4: starting

4

3.2.6 - Week 5 : Starting

41

1.2.6 - Week 5: starting

4

3.2.7 - Week 6 : Starting

42

1.2.7 - Week 6: starting

4

3.2.8 - Week 7 : Starting

43

1.2.8 - Week 7: starting

5

3.2.9 - Week 8 : Starting

44

1.2.9 - Week 8: starting

5

3.3

- Nível 3, Parte 2

45

1.3

- Nível 1, Parte 2

5

3.3.1 - Índice

45

1.3.1 - Índice

5

3.3.2 - Week 1 : Starting

45

1.3.2 - Week 1: starting

5

3.3.3 - Week 2 : Starting

45

1.3.3 - Week 2: starting

6

3.3.4 - Week 3 : Starting

47

1.3.4 - Week 3: starting

6

3.3.5 - Week 4 : Starting

48

1.3.5 - Week 4: starting

6

3.3.6 - Week 5 : Starting

49

1.3.6 - Week 5: starting

7

3.3.7 - Week 6 : Starting

50

1.3.7 - Week 6: starting

7

3.3.8 - Week 7 : Starting

50

1.3.8 - Week 7: starting

7

3.3.9 - Week 8 : Starting

52

1.3.9 - Week 8: starting

7

3.4

- Nível 3, Parte 3

53

1.4

- Nível 1, Parte 3

8

3.4.1 - Índice

53

1.4.1 - Índice

8

3.4.2 - Week 1 : Starting

53

1.4.2 - Week 1: starting

8

3.4.3 - Week 2 : Starting

53

1.4.3 - Week 2: starting

8

3.4.4 - Week 3 : Starting

54

1.4.4 - Week 3: starting

9

3.4.5 - Week 4 : Starting

55

1.4.5 - Week 4: starting

9

3.4.6 - Week 5 : Starting

56

1.4.6 - Week 5: starting

10

3.4.7 - Week 6 : Starting

57

1.4.7 - Week 6: starting

10

3.4.8 - Week 7 : Starting

59

1.4.8 - Week 7: starting

10

3.4.9 - Week 8 : Starting

60

1.4.9 - Week 8: starting

11

Nível 4 - Intermediário

62

Nível 2 - Básico

12

4.1 - Cronograma

63

2.1 - Cronograma

13

4.2 - Nível 1, Parte 1

63

2.2 - Nível 2, Parte 1

13

4.2.1 - Índice

63

2.2.1 - Índice

13

4.2.2 - Week 1 : Starting

64

2.2.2 - Week 1: This time things will be a little bit different!

13

4.2.3 - Week 2 : Starting

64

2.2.3 - Week 2: starting

14

4.2.4 - Week 3 : Starting

65

2.2.4 - Week 3: starting

15

4.2.5 - Week 4 : Starting

66

2.2.5 - Week 4: starting

16

4.2.6 - Week 5 : Starting

67

2.2.6 - Week 5: starting

17

4.2.7 - Week 6 : Starting

69

2.2.7 - Week 6: starting

17

4.2.8 - Week 7 : Starting

69

2.2.8 - Week 7: starting

18

4.2.9 - Week 8 : Starting

71

2.2.9 - Week 8: starting

19

4.3

- Nível 4, Parte 2

72

2.3

- Nível 2, Parte 2

20

4.3.1 - Índice

72

2.3.1 - Índice

20

4.3.2 - Week 1 : Starting

72

2.3.2 - Week 1: Welcome to the second part of level 2!

20

4.3.3 - Week 2 : Starting

72

2.3.3 - Week 2: starting

20

4.3.4 - Week 3 : Starting

73

2.3.4 - Week 3: starting

22

4.3.5 - Week 4 : Starting

74

2.3.5 - Week 4: starting

22

4.3.6 - Week 5 : Starting

75

2.3.6 - Week 5: starting

23

4.3.7 - Week 6 : Starting

77

2.3.7 - Week 6: starting

24

4.3.8 - Week 7 : Starting

77

2.3.8 - Week 7: starting

25

4.3.9 - Week 8 : Starting

79

2.3.9 - Week 8: starting

26

4.4

- Nível 4, Parte 3

80

2.4

- Nível 2, Parte 3

27

4.4.1 - Índice

80

2.4.1 - Índice

27

4.4.2 - Week 1 : Starting

80

2.4.2 - Week 1: starting

27

4.4.3 - Week 2 : Starting

81

2.4.3 - Week 2: starting

28

4.4.4 - Week 3 : Starting

82

2.4.4 - Week 3: starting

29

4.4.5 - Week 4 : Starting

83

2.4.5 - Week 4: starting

30

4.4.6 - Week 5 : Starting

84

2.4.6 - Week 5: starting

31

4.4.7 - Week 6 : Starting

85

2.4.7 - Week 6: starting

32

4.4.8 - Week 7 : Starting

86

2.4.8 - Week 7: starting

33

4.4.9 - Week 8 : Starting

88

2.4.9 - Week 8: starting

34

Nível 5 - Avançado

90

Nível 3 - Pré Intermediário

36

5.1

- Cronograma

90

Plano de Estudos MEO (My English Online)

Nível 1 - Iniciante

Ao término do Nivel 1, o aluno será capaz de desenvolver as habilidades descritas a seguir:

Pré-Unidade

Bem Vindo a Nossa Sala de Aula

Cumprimentar os seus colegas.

Dizer e escrever números de telefone.

Seguir instruções de sala de aula. Unidade I Informações Pessoais

Identificar colegas.

Falar sobre nacionalidades.

Falar sobre estado civil.

Dizer e escrever o seu endereço.

Dizer e escrever datas. Unidade II Nossa Sala de Aula

Apresentar os seus colegas.

Descrever a sua sala de aula.

Identificar atividades de sala de aula.

Falar sobre horas.

Descrever o clima. Unidade III Comida

Identificar comidas comuns.

Falar sobre fome.

Falar sobre quantidade.

Fazer uma lista de compras.

Expressar preferências. Unidade IV Roupas

Identificar tipos de roupa.

Identificar e encontrar sessões numa loja.

Identificar cores e descrever roupas.

1.1 -

Cronograma

Tempo necessário à realização das tarefas:

Fazer compras e contar dinheiro.

Ler propagandas.

Unidade V Nossa Comunidade

Identificar e falar sobre locais.

Descrever casas.

Identificar tipos de transporte.

Expressas preferências de transporte.

Dar e seguir direções. Unidade VI Vivendo Com Saúde

Identificar partes do corpo.

Descrever sintomas e doenças.

Identificar Medicamentos.

Descrever hábitos saudáveis.

Identificar ações na sala de espera. Unidade VII Trabalho

Identificar trabalhos.

Dar informações sobre trabalho.

Identificar responsabilidades de trabalho.

Ler avaliações.

Ler sinais e seguir direções. Unidade VIII Aprendizado e Revisão

Organizar materiais de estudo.

Fazer compras.

Dar e seguir direções.

Realizar objetivos.

Desenvolver um programa de estudo.

Nome

E-books

Vídeos

Gramática

Leituras

Avaliações

Atividade

Nível 1

Conteúdo Descrição Páginas de conteúdo Unidades por vídeo Unidades Livros com vídeo e áudio Testes

Quant 160 16 20 6 3
Quant
160
16
20
6
3
Tempo Gasto (h) H/Atividade Subt. H* Min 0,5 30 80 0,125 7,5 2 0,7 42
Tempo Gasto (h)
H/Atividade
Subt.
H*
Min
0,5
30
80
0,125
7,5
2
0,7
42
14
0,66667
40
4
0,66667
40
2

Total por Nível Quantidade de horas que pretendo estudar por semana Quantidade de horas que pretendo estudar por mês Tempo previsto

Quantidade de horas que pretendo estudar por semana Quantidade de horas que pretendo estudar por mês
Quantidade de horas que pretendo estudar por semana Quantidade de horas que pretendo estudar por mês
Quantidade de horas que pretendo estudar por semana Quantidade de horas que pretendo estudar por mês

102 Horas

102 Horas
4,25
4,25

Horas

17 Horas

17 Horas

6 Meses

6 Meses

Sugestão: 05 contatos semanais com aproximadamente 01 hora cada Em cada um destes contatos, dedique: 20 minutos para o e-book 10 minutos para os vídeos 15 minutos para a gramática 10 minutos para as leituras A cada 2 meses faça seu teste de progresso Ao final do curso faça seu teste de mudança de nível

Olá, parabéns por iniciar o curso MEO (My English Online)! Você fará esse curso dentro de uma plataforma online, mas tenha a certeza que não estará só. Estamos aqui com você e participaremos

Nível 1 - Iniciante

do seu processo de aprendizagem da língua inglesa que, com certeza, será um sucesso. Como você sabe, você tem 2 meses (8 semanas) para concluir a primeira parte do Nível 1. Então, preparamos um plano de estudos com uma sugestão de divisão do conteúdo do material. Veja como tudo fica mais simples se houver um bom planejamento. Sugerimos que você siga o cronograma para tirar o máximo proveito do curso.

1.2 -

1.2.1 -

Nível 1, Parte 1

Índice

 

Nível 1 – Parte 1

 

Sem

E-book

Grammar

Audio

Video

Reading

Pre-unit - Pg. 1 a 6 Pre-unit - Pg. 7 a 9; Unit 1 - Pg. 1 a 2 Unit 1 - Pg. 3 a 6 Unit 1 - Pg. 7 a 11

Pre-unit - Pg. 1 a 4 Pre-unit - Pg. 5 a 6; Unit 1 - Pg. 1 a 2 Unit 1 - Pg. 3 a 8 Unit 1 - Pg. 9 a 12

-

-

-

-

-

Monkey Party - Pg. 2 a 7

-

-

Monkey Party - Pg. 8 a 19 Monkey Party - quiz + video Monkey Party - Pg. 22 a 23; Life on the Orinoco - Pg. 2 a 7 Life on the Orinoco - Pg. 8 a 19 Life on the Orinoco + quiz Life on the Orinoco – Pg. 22 a 23 + video

-

-

Unit 1 - Pg. 12 a 16

Unit 1 - Pg. 13 a 14

-

Unit 1 - Pg. 1 a 2

Unit 2 - Pg. 17 a 22 Unit 2 - Pg. 23 a 28

Unit 2 - Pg. 15 a 18 Unit 2 - Pg. 19 a 24

-

-

-

-

Unit 2 - Pg. 29 a 33

Unit 2 - Pg. 25 a 28

-

Unit 2 - Pg. 3 a 4

1.2.2 -

Week 1: starting

* {1ª Sem - #N1P1} [EB] Pre-unit - Pg. 1 a 6; [GR] Pre-unit - Pg. 1 a 4;

Esse contato com o inglês gera um conhecimento prévio do idioma e é essa habilidade que será usada na PRE-UNIT, com o objetivo de explorar essas noções básicas e adicionar mais conhecimento, aos poucos. Caso todo o conteúdo seja realmente novo pra você, então dedique-se bastante neste começo para que o aprendizado fique bem consolidado. Você vai precisar dele ao longo de todo o curso!

1.2.3 -

Week 2: starting

{2ª Sem - #N1P1} [EB] Pre-unit - Pg. 7 a 9; Unit 1 - Pg. 1 a 2; [GR] Pre-unit - Pg. 5 a 6; Unit 1 - Pg. 1 a 2; [RE] Monkey Party - Pg. 2 a 7;

Vamos continuar reciclando seu conhecimento anterior e sempre adicionando um pouquinho mais. Nessa segunda semana de estudos, sugerimos que você estude as páginas 7, 8 e 9 da PRE- UNIT e adicione as páginas 5 e 6 da gramática logo em seguida. No próximo dia, que tal iniciar a unidade 1? São apenas 2 páginas do e-Book + 2 da gramática. Finalize os estudos dessa unidade com a leitura do livro Monkey Party. O conteúdo é NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC! Ou seja, lindas imagens e um texto muito interessante. Você sabia que pode ouvir a narração enquanto lê? É um ótimo exercício para descobrir a pronúncia das palavras e a entonação. Além disso, temos um vídeo sobre o tema.

Um bom plano de leitura é focar bem nas páginas 2 e 3. Depois, você vai preparar o vocabulário que será importante durante a leitura do livro. E então partirá para a leitura até a página 7. Não

* Notações dos exercícios: Entre chaves, o nome da semana, acompanhado dos números de nível e parte, por exemplo: {1ª Sem - #N1P1} = 1ª

semana do Nível 1, Parte 1. Os tipos de exercícios diferentes em cada plano estão assim divididos: [EB] E-Book; [GR] Grammar; [AU] Audio; [VI] Video; [RE] Reading. Em cada semana há uma descrição prévia dos exercícios contidos no quadro de planejamento.

Plano de Estudos MEO (My English Online)

esqueça de assistir os vídeos, no final! Você terá a oportunidade de ver o conteúdo estudado em forma de diálogos. Dica: Atenção às imagens, elas nos ajudam a entender o que está escrito.

1.2.4 -

Week 3: starting

{3ª Sem - #N1P1} [EB] Unit 1 - Pg. 3 a 6; [GR] Unit 1 - Pg. 3 a 8; [RE] Monkey Party - Pg. 8 a 19;

Revisando - Se achar a ideia interessante, sugerimos dedicar cerca de 1 hora para uma revisão geral do que foi visto até agora. Vamos continuar na UNIT 1 do e-book, da página 4 até a página 6. Para complementar esse conteúdo, siga para a gramática e estude da página 3 até a página 6. O tempo para essas atividades será de aproximadamente 3 horas. Finalize a leitura do Monkey Party até a página 19. Lembre-se que para fixarmos o conteúdo que aprendemos é preciso praticar!!! Não basta ter contato uma vez só. Por isso, insistimos em rever as páginas que já foram estudadas. Separe um tempo da sua semana para essa revisão. Isso fará diferença, com certeza!

1.2.5 -

Week 4: starting

{4ª Sem - #N1P1} [EB] Unit 1 - Pg. 7 a 11; [GR] Unit 1 - Pg. 9 a 12; [RE] Monkey Party - quiz + video;

Aproveite para revisar a leitura do livro MONKEY PARTY e finalizar esse material fazendo o quiz e se divertindo com o vídeo. Você deve precisar de 2 horas para esse conteúdo. Vamos continuar o e-book da página 7 até a página 11. Reforce esse conteúdo estudando a gramática entre as páginas 9 e 12. Você pode dividir essa parte em 2 dias, dedicando-se cerca de 2 horas a cada dia. Nos outros dias da semana, lembre-se de revisar o conteúdo.

1.2.6 -

Week 5: starting

{5ª Sem - #N1P1} [EB] Unit 1 - Pg. 12 a 16; [GR] Unit 1 - Pg. 13 a 14; [VI] Unit 1 - Pg. 1 a 2; [RE] Monkey Party - Pg. 22 a 23; Life on the Orinoco - Pg. 2 a 7;

Parabéns! Basta finalizar as páginas 12 a 16 do e-book e as páginas 13 e 14 da gramática para que você tenha uma unidade completa. Ao concluir a unidade 1, veja o quanto você já aprendeu:

nacionalidade alfabeto estado civil números datas endereço Assista aos vídeos da unidade 1 – páginas 1 e 2. O conteúdo dos vídeos é bem didático e você terá a oportunidade de ver o conteúdo estudado em forma de diálogos. E agora vamos finalizar a leitura do livro Monkey Party com a leitura extra das páginas 22 e 23. Quanto tempo você usou para ler as 316 palavras? Você pode iniciar a leitura de Life on the Orinoco, preparando o vocabulário nas páginas 2 e 3. Parabéns pela conquista e vamos em frente.

1.2.7 -

Week 6: starting

{6ª Sem - #N1P1} [EB] Unit 2 - Pg. 17 a 22; [GR] Unit 2 - Pg. 15 a 18; [RE] Life on the Orinoco - Pg. 8 a 19;

Sabemos que você está ansioso para começar a unidade 2, mas é sempre bom revisar a unidade 1 antes disso. Dedique cerca de 1 hora para essa revisão e aí você estará preparado para o próximo desafio. Vamos em frente? Comece pelo e-book da página 17 até a página 22 e complemente com o conteúdo da gramática da página 15 até a página 18. Separe 2 dias de estudo para as páginas desses materiais. Se você conseguiu separar o vocabulário do livro LIFE ON THE ORINOCO na última semana, siga a leitura até a página 19. Você sabia que pode gravar a sua voz fazendo a leitura do material? Excelente forma de praticar

Não se esqueça da revisão, ela ajuda muito no desempenho. Dica: fazer uma revisão de toda a matéria no meio da semana, que tal? • releia o livro ouvindo o áudio das páginas; • grave sua leitura (exercitando sua pronúncia); • faça o quiz.

1.2.8 -

Week 7: starting

Nível 1 - Iniciante

{7ª Sem - #N1P1} [EB] Unit 2 - Pg. 23 a 28; [GR] Unit 2 - Pg. 19 a 24; [RE] Life on the Orinoco + quiz;

Prosseguindo com a unidade 2, siga da página 23 até a página 28 do e-book e reforce esse mesmo conteúdo com a gramática da página 19 até a página 24. Separe 2 dias de estudo para essa parte. Quando for responder as perguntas, você deve procurar as respostas nas páginas do livro. O objetivo é interpretar, não é decorar.

1.2.9 -

Week 8: starting

{8ª Sem - #N1P1} [EB] Unit 2 - Pg. 29 a 33; [GR] Unit 2 - Pg. 25 a 28; [VI] Unit 2 - Pg. 3 a 4; [RE] Life on the Orinoco – Pg. 22 a 23 + video;

Estamos chegando ao fim de uma grande etapa. Parabéns, você está no caminho certo! Agora, basta finalizar o conteúdo do e-book e da gramática. Provavelmente você usará somente 2 horas para isso. No dia seguinte, você deve fazer as atividades de vídeo da unidade 2, nas páginas 3 e 4. Se der tempo, refaça as atividades de vídeo da unidade 1, vale a pena! Finalize o livro Life on the Orinoco assistindo ao vídeo, é uma boa dica para relaxar e ao mesmo tempo estudar e estar em contato com o idioma.

O próximo passo, nessa semana, é o PROGRESS TEST 1. Mas, para obter sucesso, revise tudo o que aprendeu até aqui antes de realizar o teste. Esse é o teste que você fará para avançar à parte 2 do nível 1. ATENÇÃO: não descuide do prazo! Para realizar o teste você tem prazo máximo de 2 meses após ter iniciado as atividades do Nível 1! Você acaba de completar uma parte do curso!

Plano de Estudos MEO (My English Online)

1.3 -

1.3.1 -

Nível 1, Parte 2

Índice

 

Nível 1 – Parte 2

 

Sem

E-book

Grammar

Audio

Video

Reading

Unit 3 - Pg. 1 a 6

Unit 3 -

Pg. 1 a 4

-

- Unit 3 - Pg. 1 (What´s for Lunch?) Unit 3 - Pg. 2 (My Story:

Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) Unit 4 - Pg. 3 (That´s a Good Deal)

Unit 4 - Pg. 4 (My Story:

 

-

Unit 3 - Pg. 7 a 12

Unit 3 -

Pg. 5 a 8

The Lost City of Machu Picchu - Pg.

-

 

2

a 7

Unit 3 - Pg. 13 a 17; Unit 4 - Pg. 18 a 20

Unit 3 -

Pg. 9 a 14

-

The Lost City of Machu Picchu - Pg.

 

8

The Lost City of Machu Picchu - quiz + video The Lost City of Machu Picchu - Pg.

22

a 19

a 23; The Young Riders Of

Unit 4 - Pg. 21 a 26

Unit 4 -

Pg. 15 a 22

-

Unit 4 - Pg. 27 a 34

Unit 4 -

Pg. 23 a 28

-

 

Clothing)

Mongolia - Pg. 2 a 3

Unit 5 - Pg. 36 a 41

Unit 5 -

Pg. 29 a 32

 

Unit 5 - Pg. 5 (Do You Live Around Here?) Unit 5 - Pg. 6 (My Story: The Town Where I Live)

The Young Riders Of Mongolia - Pg.

-

   

4

a 15

Unit 5 - Pg. 42 a 47

Unit 5 -

Pg. 33 a 36

The Young Riders Of Mongolia - Pg.

-

   

16

a 19 + quiz

Unit 5 - Pg. 48 a 53

   

The Young Riders Of Mongolia - Pg.

-

-

 

Unit 5 - Pg. 37 a 42

 

22

a 23 + video

1.3.2 -

Week 1: starting

{1ª Sem - #N1P2} [EB] Unit 3 - Pg. 1 a 6; [GR] Unit 3 - Pg. 1 a 4;

Olá, chegamos na parte 2 do nível 1! Vamos seguir juntos nessa jornada! Separe o primeiro dia da semana para revisar o que foi visto até então. Para saber tanto seus pontos fortes quanto aqueles que precisam de mais atenção, você precisa praticar! Após separar esse tempo para revisão, inicie a Unit 3 do e-book até a página 6. Dica: prepare um lanchinho. Essa unidade fala sobre comida, então com certeza você sentirá fome. Logo depois, reforce o conteúdo estudando a gramática entre as páginas 1 e 4.

1.3.3 -

Week 2: starting

{2ª Sem - #N1P2} [EB] Unit 3 - Pg. 7 a 12; [GR] Unit 3 - Pg. 5 a 8; [VI] Unit 3 - Pg. 1 (What´s for Lunch?); [RE] The Lost City of Machu Picchu - Pg. 2 a 7;

E aí? Ficou curioso para abrir a geladeira e saber o nome dos alimentos em inglês? É muito bom trazer o que nós estudamos para a vida real. Para tornar o seu estudo ainda mais completo, essa semana você vai assistir a um vídeo e ainda iniciar a leitura do livro The Lost City of Machu Picchu. Você vai se surpreender! Contando que a semana de estudos tenha 5 dias (sim, é bom descansar), reserve:

1 dia para e-Book (entre as páginas 7 e 12);

1 dia para gramática (páginas 5 até 8);

1 dia para vídeo (página 1) + exercícios;

1 dia para leitura (vocabulário até página 7);

1 dia para revisão.

1.3.4 -

Week 3: starting

Nível 1 - Iniciante

{3ª Sem - #N1P2} [EB] Unit 3 - Pg. 13 a 17; Unit 4 - Pg. 18 a 20; [GR] Unit 3 - Pg. 9 a 14; [VI] Unit 3 - Pg. 2 (My Story:

Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner); [RE] The Lost City of Machu Picchu - Pg. 8 a 19;

Ficou fascinado com Machu Picchu?! Aqui vai um link, tirado do Youtube, com mais informações: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pnncs9UNKQ. Aproveite essa “viagem” para finalizar a leitura até a página 19. É hora de revisar! Feito isso, você está pronto para estudar da página 13 a 17 do e-book. Em seguida, dedique-se à gramática, entre as páginas 9 e 14. Essa semana é importante começar a unidade 4 do e-book entre as páginas 18 e 20. Finalize a semana com o vídeo da página 2 e seus respectivos exercícios.

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Week 4: starting

{4ª Sem - #N1P2} [EB] Unit 4 - Pg. 21 a 26; [GR] Unit 4 - Pg. 15 a 22; [VI] Unit 4 - Pg. 3 (That´s a Good Deal); [RE] The Lost City of Machu Picchu - quiz + video;

6. Parabéns pela dedicação! Seguindo em frente, vamos revisar e depois estudar as páginas 21 à 26, do e-book. Essa semana é bem legal, estamos aprendendo a identificar roupas, cores e setores em uma loja. Melhor ainda é praticar, dar uma volta no shopping e fazer o seguinte exercício mental: ao olhar as peças de roupa nas lojas, lembre-se do vocabulário em inglês. É uma ótima revisão.

Agora que você já relaxou um pouco, estude a gramática entre as páginas 15 e 22. Já sabe dizer quais roupas você tem ou não tem? I have two blue shirts, but I don’t have a yellow T-shirt. Viu como você já consegue colocar em prática? Faça suas próprias frases! Assista ao vídeo da página 3

e termine a semana respondendo o quiz e assistindo ao vídeo do livro The Lost city of Machu

Picchu. Para terminar a semana, que tal dar uma olhada nesse vídeo? São duas amigas conversando

numa loja de departamentos no Japão, mas não se preocupe, elas falam em inglês. Elas falam em inglês, claro! Clique no link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-1tfWzHgOA

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Week 5: starting

{5ª Sem - #N1P2} [EB] Unit 4 - Pg. 27 a 34; [GR] Unit 4 - Pg. 23 a 28; [VI] Unit 4 - Pg. 4 (My Story: Clothing); [RE] The Lost City of Machu Picchu - Pg. 22 a 23; The Young Riders Of Mongolia - Pg. 2 a 3;

Prepare-se! Vamos finalizar a unidade 4: em um dia, estude as páginas 27 à 34 do e-book e, no outro dia, estude as páginas 23 à 28 da gramática. Separe outro dia para o vídeo da página 4 e seus respectivos exercícios. Vamos fazer uma experiência? Conte em quantos minutos consegue fazer a

leitura das páginas 22 a 23 do livro The lost city of Machu Picchu. Assim, daqui a alguns dias repita

o processo e veja como ficará cada vez mais rápido. Atenção: não basta ler, é preciso entender. Para finalizar, inicie a leitura do próximo livro The young riders of Mongolia com as páginas 2 e 3.

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Week 6: starting

{6ª Sem - #N1P2} [EB] Unit 5 - Pg. 36 a 41; [GR] Unit 5 - Pg. 29 a 32; [VI] Unit 5 - Pg. 5 (Do You Live Around Here?); [RE] The Young Riders Of Mongolia - Pg. 4 a 15;

Você sabe descrever, em inglês, a vizinhança onde mora? Talvez ainda não saiba, mas vai aprender já! Vamos fazer isso essa semana. Após fazer aquela bela revisão no conteúdo, estude o e- book entre as páginas 36 e 41. Lá você aprenderá a identificar localizações e descrever moradias. No dia seguinte, estude a gramática entre as páginas 29 e 32. O vídeo “Do you live around here?” (página 5) complementa esse conteúdo. E, para finalizar a semana, leia as páginas 4 até 15 do livro The young riders of Mongolia.

E, para quem estudou muito a semana toda, que tal um pouquinho de diversão para relaxar? Olhe esse link:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jO2_-H7xBhg

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1.3.8 -

Week 7: starting

{7ª Sem - #N1P2} [EB] Unit 5 - Pg. 42 a 47; [GR] Unit 5 - Pg. 33 a 36; [VI] Unit 5 - Pg. 6 (My Story: The Town Where I Live); [RE] The Young Riders Of Mongolia - Pg. 16 a 19 + quiz;

Já evoluímos bastante até aqui. Mas, ainda há muito o que aprender. Dica: revisar e adicionar novo conteúdo, sempre. No e-book, essa semana, você pode avançar da página 42 até a 47 para aprender a falar sobre transporte. Estude a gramática entre as páginas 33 e 36 e dê bastante atenção ao SIMPLE PRESENT, pois esse tempo verbal acompanhará você para sempre.

O vídeo da página 6 é o último desse módulo, portanto, aproveite! Leia até a página 19 do livro The young riders of Mongolia e responda o quiz. Se tiver tempo, repasse a leitura, dessa vez ouvindo o áudio enquanto lê. Ah, e você ainda pode gravar sua voz para observar e melhorar a própria pronúncia. Lembre-se de revisar! Esta semana teremos o PROGRESS TEST!

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Week 8: starting

{8ª Sem - #N1P2} [EB] Unit 5 - Pg. 48 a 53; [GR] Unit 5 - Pg. 37 a 42; [RE] The Young Riders Of Mongolia - Pg. 22 a 23 + video;

Essa é uma semana especial porque você finaliza mais uma etapa. Parabéns!!! Mais uma vez, vamos dividir nossa semana em 5 dias:

1 dia para finalizar o e-Book entre as páginas 48 e 53;

1 dia para finalizar a gramática entre as páginas 37 e 42;

1 dia para o vídeo do livro The young riders of Mongolia;

1 dia para Leitura extra do The young riders of Mongolia nas páginas 22 e 23 (lembre-se de contar o tempo usado para essa leitura);

1 dia para revisão.

Separe mais uma parte da semana para uma boa revisão de todo o conteúdo estudado e assim estará preparado para a última parte que será o PROGRESS TEST 2. PROGRESS TEST 2. Sucesso!

1.4 -

1.4.1 -

Nível 1, Parte 3

Índice

Nível 1 - Iniciante

 

Nível 1 – Parte 3

 

Sem

E-book

Grammar

Audio

Video

Reading

Unit 6 - Pg. 1 a 6

Unit 6 -

Pg. 1 a 4

-

- Unit 6 - Pg. 1 a 2 (I've Got Lots of Stress) Unit 6 - Pg. 2 (My Story:

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Unit 6 - Pg. 7 a 12

Unit 6 -

Pg. 5 a 10

-

Alaskan Ice Climbing - Pg. 2 a 7

Unit 6 - Pg. 13 a 18

Unit 6 - Pg. 11 a 14

-

Alaskan Ice Climbing - Pg. 8 a 19

Alaskan Ice Climbing – Pg. 22 a 23 + quiz Alaskan Ice Climbing – video; The Giant’s Causeway - Pg. 2 a 3

Sickness and Health)

Unit 7 - Pg. 19 a 24

Unit 7 - Pg. 15 a 18

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-

Unit 7 - Pg. 25 a 30

Unit 7 - Pg. 19 a 22

-

Unit 7 - Pg. 3 a 4 (Our Son is Going to Get a Job) Unit 7 - Pg. 4 (My Story: My Job)

Unit 8 - Pg. 5 Get Organized)

Unit 8 - Pg. 6 (My Story:

a 6 (It’s Easy to

Unit 7 - Pg. 31 a 36

Unit 7 - Pg. 23 a 28

-

The Giant’s Causeway – Pg. 4 a 19

 

Unit 8 - Pg. 37 a 42

Unit 8 - Pg. 29 a 34

-

The Giant’s Causeway – Pg. 22 a 23

Unit 8 - Pg. 43 a 49

-

The Giant’s Causeway – quiz + video

Unit 8 - Pg. 35 a 41

 

Balancing School and Work)

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Week 1: starting

{1ª Sem - #N1P3} [EB] Unit 6 - Pg. 1 a 6; [GR] Unit 6 - Pg. 1 a 4;

Você sabe o quanto é importante aprender as partes do nosso corpo em inglês?

Se você está viajando e necessita de cuidados médicos, ao chegar ao hospital, você vai precisar explicar o que sente e onde está doendo. Dominar o idioma tornará o seu atendimento muito mais rápido e eficaz. Há ainda outra vantagem: muitas pessoas gostam de assistir a seriados com a temática do dia a dia do hospital. Estamos dando mais um passo para nos vermos livres das legendas.

Nessa semana vamos estudar as páginas 1 a 6 no e-book (conhecer partes do corpo, falar sobre

sintomas, atender às ordens do médico,

) e complementar com as páginas 1 a 4 da gramática.

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Week 2: starting

{2ª Sem - #N1P3} [EB] Unit 6 - Pg. 7 a 12; [GR] Unit 6 - Pg. 5 a 10; [VI] Unit 6 - Pg. 1 a 2 (I've Got Lots of Stress); [RE] Alaskan Ice Climbing - Pg. 2 a 7;

Vamos agora para o e-book entre as páginas 7 e 12, para complementar esse assunto de medicina.

Medicamentos e dicas de saúde: Para dar suporte, vamos estudar as páginas 5 a 10 da gramática, onde encontramos os tempos verbais present simple e present continuous. Para sair um pouco da rotina, separamos esse vídeo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bta21cFz9-Y

Separe um dia para assistir ao vídeo das páginas 1 e 2 que fala sobre stress e fazer os exercícios relacionados a esse vídeo. Vamos iniciar o livro Alaskan Ice Climbing. Prepare o vocabulário nas páginas 2 e 3, e siga com a leitura até a página 7.

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Week 3: starting

{3ª Sem - #N1P3} [EB] Unit 6 - Pg. 13 a 18; [GR] Unit 6 - Pg. 11 a 14; [VI] Unit 6 - Pg. 2 (My Story: Sickness and Health); [RE] Alaskan Ice Climbing - Pg. 8 a 19;

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Para conhecer mais sobre a história contada no livro e praticar mais a língua inglesa, acesse http://www.alaskaiceclimbing.com/southcentral.htm Para acompanhar essa leitura, siga até a página 19 do seu material de leitura complementar. Atenção: não deixe de usar os recursos de áudio e gravação de voz. Quanto mais você expuser seus ouvidos à pronúncia original, mais facilmente você conseguirá entender os nativos e melhor será a sua pronúncia!

Dedique-se às páginas 13 a 18 do e-book, para finalizar a unidade 6 com a temática saúde. Entre as páginas 11 e 12 da gramática você estudará o modal should. O verbo é usado para falar o que deve ser feito. Por exemplo: se você chegasse cansado em casa, depois de um dia de muito trabalho ou estudo, o que deveria fazer?

You should sleep

Nas páginas 13 e 14 você estudará o tempo verbal futuro com a auxiliar will. Vamos ver um exemplo prático: meu melhor amigo é sedentário e está sofrendo problemas de saúde por causa do seu estilo de vida. Então, ele decide começar a praticar exercícios 3 vezes por semana. Veja como ele pode dizer que irá executar uma determinada ação no futuro, em inglês:

I will (I’ll) exercise three times a week

Para terminar, você pode assistir ao vídeo da página 2 e fazer a tarefa correspondente. Vamos finalizar com alguns conselhos sobre o que deve ser feito essa semana: You should study English. You should practice more and you should relax in the weekend.

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Week 4: starting

{4ª Sem - #N1P3} [EB] Unit 7 - Pg. 19 a 24; [GR] Unit 7 - Pg. 15 a 18; [RE] Alaskan Ice Climbing – Pg. 22 a 23 + quiz;

You should review unit 6. Logo após a revisão, vamos iniciar a unidade 7, com o tema TRABALHO (emprego, ocupação, tarefas, obrigações, etc) Nas páginas 19 a 24 do e-book, você aprenderá a identificar algumas ocupações, identificar o local de trabalho de alguns profissionais e também a falar sobre o horário do expediente.

Algumas perguntas

What do you do?

Where do you work?

What time do you start and finish work?

Do you work on Saturdays?

Com certeza, ao fim da página 24, você saberá responder essas perguntas.

O tempo verbal simple present é muito importante. Vamos aprender a aplicá-lo com a temática da unidade, “work”:

I work. I am a teacher. My daughter doesn’t work. She is a student.

Você já consegue produzir muitas frases parecidas com essa, tenho certeza! Para isso, estude a gramática entre as páginas 15 e 18. Vamos finalizar a semana respondendo ao quiz do livro Alaskan Ice Climbing e fazendo a leitura complementar das páginas 22 e 23. Em quanto tempo você consegue ler as 309 palavras?

1.4.6 -

Week 5: starting

{5ª Sem - #N1P3} [EB] Unit 7 - Pg. 25 a 30; [GR] Unit 7 - Pg. 19 a 22; [VI] Unit 7 - Pg. 3 a 4 (Our Son is Going to Get a Job); [RE] Alaskan Ice Climbing – video; The Giant’s Causeway - Pg. 2 a 3;

Nível 1 - Iniciante

Vamos iniciar a semana revisando o conteúdo e assistindo ao vídeo do Alaskan ice climbing. No início do vídeo eles falam sobre o clima no Alaska. Como é o clima na sua cidade? Is it hot or cold? Is it sunny? Does it rain a lot? Estude as páginas 25 a 30 do e-book, você aprenderá a falar sobre as obrigações de cada trabalhador.

Um profissional precisa

Ser amigável: Are you friendly?

Atender o telefone: Can you answer the phone?

Ser pontual: Do you come to work on time?

Para expressar o que uma pessoa consegue ou não fazer, precisamos aprender o verbo anômalo can.

Teachers can prepare lessons, but teachers can’t treat a patient.

Então, essa semana você estudará as páginas 19 a 22 da gramática. Além do can você ainda terá mais um reforço nas formas afirmativa e negativa do verbo be.

Prepare a leitura do livro The Giant’s Causeway, estudando apenas as páginas 2 e 3, por enquanto. O livro fala de uma formação rochosa na costa da Irlanda.

1.4.7 -

Week 6: starting

{6ª Sem - #N1P3} [EB] Unit 7 - Pg. 31 a 36; [GR] Unit 7 - Pg. 23 a 28; [VI] Unit 7 - Pg. 4 (My Story: My Job); [RE] The Giant’s Causeway – Pg. 4 a 19;

O que você sabe sobre a Irlanda? Conheça um pouco mais assistindo ao vídeo, produzido pela NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQwdahZwe0M. Como nossa história acontece na Irlanda, vamos ler da páginas 4 à 19 e descobrir fatos bem interessantes. Aproveite o dia de estudos, não somente para ler, mas também para escutar a narração do material.

Para finalizar a unidade 7, estude o e-book entre as páginas 31 e 33, e faça a revisão da página 34 a

36.

Na gramática:

Páginas 23 a 28 - o primeiro tópico é uma revisão do modo imperativo e depois você inicia com o tempo verbal simple past;

Páginas 25 e 26 - verbos regulares – aqueles em que a forma no passado é sempre com “ed”. Exemplos: love – loved, cook – cooked, like – liked, clean – cleaned, file – filed;

Páginas 27 e 28 - passado dos verbos irregulares - não há uma regra definida para a forma desses verbos no passado, cada um é diferente. Para ter sucesso no aprendizado, você precisa estudar uma boa quantidade desses verbos, entre 5 e 8 verbos por semana (aprenda sua forma no passado e a aplique em frases e contextos reais).

Termine a semana com um dia mais tranquilo, assistindo ao vídeo da página 4.

1.4.8 -

Week 7: starting

{7ª Sem - #N1P3} [EB] Unit 8 - Pg. 37 a 42; [GR] Unit 8 - Pg. 29 a 34; [VI] Unit 8 - Pg. 5 a 6 (It’s Easy to Get Organized); [RE] The Giant’s Causeway – Pg. 22 a 23;

Nessa unidade, você verá o vocabulário sobre organização de materiais de estudos, preços de produto na loja, etc. Além disso, aprenderá a perguntar sobre preços de itens em lojas e descobrir como dar e seguir instruções. Para isso, estude da página 37 até a página 42 do e-book.

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A gramática entre as páginas 23 e 28 traz mais um reforço do verbo be e as funções necessárias

para a comunicação apresentada no e-book.

Assista ao vídeo que exemplifica as expressões how much e how many, e ainda revisa o vocabulário relacionado à comida.

Assista: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asbWmARmyBg. Veja também o vídeo das páginas 5 e 6, fazendo as tarefas correspondentes. Por fim, faça a leitura extra nas páginas 22 e 23 do livro The Giant’s Causeway. Dessa vez você terá 312 palavras.

1.4.9 -

Week 8: starting

{8ª Sem - #N1P3} [EB] Unit 8 - Pg. 43 a 49; [GR] Unit 8 - Pg. 35 a 41; [VI] Unit 8 - Pg. 6 (My Story: Balancing School and Work); [RE] The Giant’s Causeway – quiz + video;

Que maravilha! Parabéns por mais uma etapa concluída! Para acabar a unidade 8, estude as páginas 43 a 49 do e-book. Já que estamos falando de organização nessa unidade, vamos aprender a estabelecer objetivos e traçar um ponto de estudos. As duas últimas páginas são para a revisão.

A

gramática entre as páginas 35 e 41 será dividida em 3 partes:

Simple Present (atividades de rotina)

Can / May (verbos anômalos)

Frases sobre o que gostamos de fazer (ex: I like to have lunch at noon)

O

último vídeo está na página 6 e fala sobre trabalho e escola. Você também trabalha e estuda? É

difícil conciliar o tempo, não é mesmo? Só com muita organização. Mas, você consegue! Faça o quiz e assista ao vídeo do livro The Giant’s causeway. Revise bastante antes de fazer o FINAL COURSE TEST. Parabéns pelo progresso! Congratulations!

Nível 2 - Básico

Nível 2 - Básico

Ao término do Nivel 2, o aluno será capaz de desenvolver as habilidades descritas a seguir:

Unidade I Amigos e Família

Encontrar e apresentar pessoas.

Identificar membros da família.

Descrever pessoas.

Dar informações pessoais e da família. Unidade II Empregos no Mundo

Identificar trabalhos.

Falar sobre trabalhos.

Falar sobre países.

Comparar trabalhos em diferentes países. Unidade III Casas e Lares

Identificar cômodos numa casa.

Descrever sua casa.

Identificar objetos da casa.

Comparar casas. Unidade IV Minhas Coisas

Identificar objetos pessoais.

Falar sobre posse.

Comprar um presente.

Identificar uma posse especial. Unidade V Dia a Dia

Falar sobre atividades diárias.

Perguntar sobre atividades diárias.

Falar sobre o que você faz no trabalho.

Ler e escrever sobre descrições de trabalho. Unidade VI Locomovendo-se

Seguir direções.

Ler e usar um mapa simples.

Falar sobre transporte.

Gravar uma jornada.

Unidade VII Hora de Diversão

Identificar atividades.

Falar sobre atividades favoritas.

Discutir habilidades.

Descrever atividades esportivas.

Unidade VIII Roupas que Gosto

Identificar tipos de roupas.

Identificar cores e descrever roupas.

Ler sobre fabricação de roupas.

Fazer compras.

Unidade IX

Comer Bem

Pedir uma refeição.

Planejar uma festa.

Expressar quantidades.

Quantificar ou interpretar necessidades de comida e nutricionais. Unidade X Saúde

Identificar partes do corpo.

Descrever sintomas e doenças.

Identificar medicamentos e tratamentos.

Descrever tratamentos de medicina alternativos. Unidade XI Fazer Planos

Marcar datas específicas.

Entender e usar um calendário.

Falar sobre eventos especiais.

Descrever uma ocasião especial. Unidade XII Férias

Falar sobre férias passadas.

Discutir os prós e contras de viagens radicais.

Descrever o clima nas férias.

Falar sobre férias especiais. Unidade XIII Pessoas

Encontrar pessoas.

Pedir e dar informações pessoais.

Descrever trabalhos diferentes.

Falar sobre pessoas e seus trabalhos. Unidade XIV Trabalho, Descanso e Diversão

Falar sobre um dia de trabalho.

Falar sobre horas de lazer.

Descrever um festival ou celebração.

Comparar diferentes festivais.

Unidade XV Ir a lugares

Pedir e dar informações de viagens pessoais.

Dar conselhos de viagem.

Compartilhar dicas de viagem. Unidade XVI Comida

Falar sobre comida.

Falar sobre dietas.

Discutir comidas favoritas e diferentes.

Pedir uma refeição.

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2.1 -

Cronograma

Tempo necessário à realização das tarefas:

 

Nível 2

Nome

Atividade

Conteúdo

Tempo Gasto (h) H/Atividade

Subt.

Descrição Páginas de conteúdo Unidades por vídeo Unidades Livros com vídeo e áudio Testes

Quant

H*

Min

E-books

160 16 20 6 3
160
16
20
6
3

0,6

36

96

Vídeos

0,25

15

4

Gramática

0,7

42

14

Leituras

0,66667

40

4

Avaliações

0,66667

40

2

Total por Nível Quantidade de horas que pretendo estudar por semana Quantidade de horas que pretendo estudar por mês Tempo previsto

120 Horas

5
5

Horas

20 Horas

6 Meses

Sugestão - 05 contatos semanais com aproximadamente 01 hora cada. Em cada um destes contatos, dedique: 20 minutos para o e-book; 10 minutos para os vídeos; 15 minutos para a gramática; 10 minutos para as leituras; A cada 2 meses faça seu teste de progresso Ao final do curso faça seu teste de mudança de nível

2.2 -

2.2.1 -

Nível 2, Parte 1

Índice

Nível 2 - Básico

 

Nível 2 – Parte 1

 

Sem

E-book

Grammar

Audio

Video

Reading

Unity 1 – Pg 1 a 7

Unit 1 – Present tense be statements and contractions

Unit 1 – Lesson A, B, C (up to vocabulary practice) Unit 1 – Lesson C, D; Unit 2 – Lesson A (up to vocabulary practice)

-

-

Unity 1 – Pg 7 a 10 Unity 2 – Pg 11 a 13

Unit 1 – Be + adjectives

Unit 1 – Animal Families'

Puffin Rescue! - Pg 2 a 3

Unity 2 – Pg 3 a 18

Unit 2 – Pg 11 a 13, present tense be Yes/No questions and short answers – Singular and plural nouns forms, a/an

Unit 2 – Lesson A, B, C

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Puffin Rescue! Pg 4 a 10

Unity 2 – Pg 19 a 20 Unity

Unit 2 – Adjectives Before Noun; Unit 3 – There is /

Unit 2 – Lesson B; Unit 3 – Lesson A, B

Unity 2 – Job for Children

Puffin Rescue! Pg 11 a 19

3

– Pg 21 a 26

there are statements questions and short answers

Unity 3 – Pg 26 a 30 Unity

Unit 3 – Prepositions on place: in, on, under, next

Unit 3 – Lesson C, D

Unit 3 – A Very Special Village

Puffin Rescue! Pg 20 a 23 + video

4

– Pg 31 a 32

to, between Unit 4 This, that, these, those as subjectives and adjectives

+

quiz

Unity 4 – Pg 33 a 37

Unit 4 – Lesson A, B, C (up to vocabulary practice)

-

A Disappearing Word – Pg 2 a 3

Unity 4 – Pg 38 a 40 Unity

5

– Pg 41 a 44

Unit 4 – Noun possessives; Simple present of have,

Unit 4 – Lesson C, D; Unity 4 Lesson A

Unit 4 – Uncovering the past

do and go affirmative statements; Unit 5 simple

present affirmative and negative statements

A disappearing Word – Pg 4 a 19

 

Unit 5 – Simple present of have, do and go affirmative statements, negative, Yes/No questions and short answers with regular verbs. Adverbs of frequency: always, usually, often, sometimes, never

 

Unit 5 – Zoo Dentists

A Disappearing Word – Pg 22 a

-

Unity 5 – Pg 44 a 50

23 + video + quiz

2.2.2 -

Week 1: This time things will be a little bit different!

{1ª Sem - #N2P1} [EB] Unity 1 – Pg 1 a 7; [GR] Unit 1 – Present tense be statements and contractions; [AU] Unit 1 – Lesson A, B, C (up to vocabulary practice);

First of all the official language for our communication is English, from now on. Then, it’s important to tell you that you are going to study with a different material. Not only the e-book, but also the grammar pages are different. In this first week, study from pages 1 to 7 of the e-book. The topic of the unit is FRIENDS AND FAMILY. The unit starts with a great review of what you have already seen, such as: greeting and introducing people, verb to be, family members and adjectives. However, it’s not a repetition of what you have already seen. At this level, you can practice more. I mean, more audios and more activities.

Let me be more specific. There are more audio tracks throughout the pages: 3 tracks on page 3, 1 track on page 4, 2 tracks on page 6 (one for the listening and another for pronunciation). There is also more practice: vocabulary practice on page 3, 2 grammar practices on page 4, a listening comprehension activity on page 5, and another vocabulary practice on page 7. Both audio tracks and practices (vocabulary and grammar) can be found inside the folder called VIDEO. Besides the grammar presented and explored on the book, you can also find more explanations and activities in a folder called GRAMMAR. This week, study (or review) the Present tense be statements and contractions. Get used to this new material and next week you start reading the extra book.

2.2.3 -

Week 2: starting

{2ª Sem - #N2P1} [EB] Unity 1 – Pg 7 a 10 Unity 2 – Pg 11 a 13; [GR] Unit 1 – Be + adjectives; [AU] Unit 1 – Lesson C, D; Unit 2 – Lesson A (up to vocabulary practice); [VI] Unit 1 – Animal Families'; [RE] Puffin Rescue! - Pg 2 a 3;

How did things go during this first week? We hope you had time to do all your tasks. It’s also important to tell you how important it is to review the subject. So, before starting the activities

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separated for this week, take a day of study to review. After this review you’re prepared to go on. This week, as a suggestion, your duties will be separated like this:

DAY 2 - e-book, starting at the bottom of page 7 and finishing the grammar on page 8. This grammar point covers sentences (statements, questions and short answers) with the verb BE followed by an adjective. And talking about it, we have some questions for you. Are you single or married? Is your best friend tall or short?

DAY 3 - As soon as you finish this part, you can take some exercises on grammar. Go to the folder called VIDEO and Lesson 1C inside Table of Contents. There you can find GRAMMAR PRACTICE 1 and GRAMMAR PRACTICE 2. In the first activity you’re supposed to complete the sentences with the correct form of BE. The second activity asks you to find the correct answer for each of the questions.

DAY 4 - Return to page 8 of the e-book to study the conversation. As we told you before, the conversation activity is important so that you can improve your pronunciation of chunks of language, instead of pronouncing words isolated. The exercise also deals with the correct intonation. So, the more you practice, the better your spoken English will be. You can either click on the audio icon on the page, or find the audio inside the VIDEO folder. Go for the best option.

In this conversation you’ll see the expression WHAT A SHAME! It’s used in the context of this conversation to show that Ana is not happy because she would like to date Richard, but he is married. A good exercise to make this expression part of your vocabulary is to think about different situations in which you could use it. You saw that Ana and Carol are showing photos of their relatives to each other and describing them. What about describing your relatives and friends? Moving to pages 9 and 10, you have the Reading. You can either read silently or listen to the audio passage (it’s inside the folder called VIDEO – LESSON 1D – READING PASSAGE: AUDIO). After reading, there are some comprehension questions on page 9, as well as more comprehension activities inside the folder called VIDEO.

DAY 5 - You can start your day watching the video ANIMAL FAMILIES and taking the video comprehension activities. Do you know that this story takes place in East Africa? Well, this is the end of Unit 1. Now, we are going to start Unit 2. The topic of this unit is the universal experience of work around the world. You are going to learn how to: a) identify jobs; b) talk about jobs; c) talk about countries; d) compare jobs in different countries. On pages 11 and 12 you can see pictures of different jobs. Can you name them? We invite you to make a list of any jobs you know in English.

DAY 6 - This is the last day of the week, because we imagine you need a break tomorrow, isn’t it right? So, let’s close the week studying the vocabulary on page 13 of the e-book. According to the theme of the unit, all the vocabulary is related to jobs. First, label the pictures. Then, listen to the audio and correct your answers. Finally, listen again and repeat, you can see that the new vocabulary is in a sentence, and not isolated. In your opinion, which of the jobs presented on this page is boring? And which one is interesting? Complement your knowledge about this vocabulary taking the Vocabulary Practice which is inside the folder called VIDEO.

Let’s review the grammar you studied yesterday. Study BE + ADJECTIVE inside the folder GRAMMAR. It means that you’re supposed to watch the presentation, take the two grammar practice exercises, as well as the listening and speaking activities and finish with the review. Finish the week preparing the introduction for the book “Puffin Rescue!” on pages 2 and 3. The story is set in a small town in Iceland. Prepare the vocabulary so that you can start reading the story next week.

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Week 3: starting

{3ª Sem - #N2P1} [EB] Unity 2 – Pg 3 a 18; [GR] Unit 2 – Pg 11 a 13, present tense be Yes/No questions and short answers – Singular and plural nouns forms, a/an; [AU] Unit 2 – Lesson A, B, C; [RE] Puffin Rescue! Pg 4 a 10;

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Here’s a suggestion for this third week, starting on the second day, since the first day is to review the subject studied so far.

DAY 2 - This week you can start at the bottom of page 13 at the grammar section which deals with the verb BE in the negative. As the topic of the unit is related to jobs, observe these examples:

I am a teacher. I’m not an artist. You’re a student. Probably, you aren’t an architect. This week, there are two grammar topics to be studied. They first topic is present tense of be yes/no questions and short answers and the second topic is singular and plural noun forms, a/an. As you know, for each of these topics you have a presentation, two grammar focus activities, a listening and a speaking activity as well as a review.

DAY 3 - Just to refresh your mind about what was studied yesterday, do the grammar practice exercises inside the folder VIDEO. Finish the day reading pages 4-9 of the book Puffin Rescue! When you go to page 8, scan it. I mean, don’t read the page carefully, only take a look at the page. Return to page 7 and try to answer the questions at the bottom of this page. Finally, read (this time more carefully) pages 8 and 9.

DAY 4 - Return to page 14 of the e-book to study the conversation. Before reading the conversation, play the audio and answer the question IS JILL MARRIED OR SINGLE? Then, read the conversation silently and play the audio to practice your pronunciation and intonation. Moving to page 15, you’ll see pictures of three people. Can you guess these people’s jobs before listening to the audio? Then, listen again and fill in the chart. After this, check the numbers. There are other listening comprehension activities inside the VIDEO folder. Finish the day practicing the contractions with BE. Listen and repeat as many times as necessary. This is how your pronunciation will be better.

DAY 5 - On page 17 there’s a language expansion activity. This time you’ll be introduced to some countries and cities and you’ll also learn how to say what the weather is like in these places. Is your city wet? Is it cold or hot? Do the activities for vocabulary practice inside the folder VIDEO.

DAY 6 - On this last studying day, let’s go to the grammar which starts on the bottom of page 17 of the e-book. This time, you are going to study the structure BE + ADJECTIVE + NOUN. For

is

a/an

city. Do the activities on page 18 as well as the two exercises on grammar practice

example: São Paulo is a crowded city. What can you say about the place where you live?

inside the folder VIDEO. In the first exercise you complete the sentences with an adjective and in the second you match questions and answers. The last activity of this week is the conversation on page 18. You’ll hear two friends – Alan and Mohamed – talking about the place where Mohamed comes from. What do you learn about this place? Practice the conversation. Then, take a rest.

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Week 4: starting

{4ª Sem - #N2P1} [EB] Unity 2 – Pg 19 a 20 Unity 3 – Pg 21 a 26; [GR] Unit 2 – Adjectives Before Noun; Unit 3 – There is / there are statements questions and short answers; [AU] Unit 2 – Lesson B; Unit 3 – Lesson A, B; [VI] Unity 2 – Job for Children; [RE] Puffin Rescue! Pg 11 a 19;

Let’s get down to one more week of hard study. Be sure you’re not alone. We’ll follow you on your way : )

DAY 2 - Let’s start the week reading about jobs in different countries on pages 19 and 20. Do you think that, depending on the country where you live, the same job can have different duties? Think about farmers in your country. What do they grow? Are the weather conditions good for farmers? Is it interesting or boring to be a farmer? As soon as you finish, do the reading comprehension activities in the folder VIDEO- 2D. Watch the video A JOB FOR CHILDREN. In this video you’ll see how children can help the environment. Do the video comprehension activities in the folder VIDEO.

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DAY 3 - Unit 3 talks about houses and apartments. Do you live in a house or an apartment? Look at the different pictures on pages 20 and 21 of the e-book and check if any of these houses is similar to yours.

In this unit you’ll learn to:

a) identify rooms in a house;

b) describe your house;

c) identify household objects;

d) compare houses.

Finish the day reading the book PUFFIN RESCUE! up to page 19. The story is based on the video you watched yesterday.

DAY 4 - On page 23 of the e-book there’s vocabulary related to rooms in a house. Do the activities on this page as well as the activity in the folder VIDEO – 3A. Think about your house. Is there a dining room in your house? How many bedrooms are there? To ask and answer questions like these, you’ll learn the verb there is/are. Study the charts on pages 23 and 24, and then do the activities on page 24. In addition, do the grammar activities in the folder GRAMMAR: adjectives before nouns and there is / there are statements, questions and short answers.

DAY 5 - Start your day reviewing what you studied yesterday. Go to the folder VIDEO – Lesson 3A and do the two exercises. In both exercises you’ll be asked to fill in the blanks with the correct option. On page 24, there is a conversation. Before reading the lines of the conversation, play the audio and answer the question IS THERE A GARAGE? Then, practice the conversation as many times as you can. Practice talking about your house. Write sentences about the place where you live. Say the things there is and there are in your house.

DAY 6 - Look at the 5 houses on page 25. Can you describe them? After looking at these houses, play the audio and match each person to the house where they live. Play the audio again and check if the sentences on page 26 are true or false. Take the chance to do other listening comprehension activities which are in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 3B. In English, most of the plural nouns are formed by adding –s at the end. This final –s has three different pronunciations.

Listen to the audio and check the correct column according to the sound. Practice as much as you can. Finish the week taking the pronunciation practice in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 3B.

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Week 5: starting

{5ª Sem - #N2P1} [EB] Unity 3 – Pg 26 a 30 Unity 4 – Pg 31 a 32; [GR] Unit 3 – Prepositions on place: in, on, under, next to, between; [AU] Unit 3 – Lesson C, D; [VI] Unit 3 – A Very Special Village; [RE] Puffin Rescue! Pg 20 a 23 + video + quiz ;

Are you around? So, let’s get started!

DAY 2 - Last week you learned how to say what there is and what there are in your house. Now, you can say, for example: In my house there is a kitchen and a bathroom. There are two bedrooms. But, what’s there in your bedroom? Go to page 27 of the e-book and you’ll learn how to say the vocabulary related to furniture and household objects. Complement this topic studying the vocabulary practice in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 3C. Go to the expansion reading of the book PUFFIN RESCUE! on pages 22 and 23 and finish the week watching the video and doing the quiz of this material.

DAY 3 - The grammar point which starts at the bottom of page 27 covers prepositions of places. Study the chart and fill in the blanks in the exercise on page 28. Complement the grammar studying the exercises in the folder GRAMMAR: prepositions of place: in, on, under, next to, between. Study

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the conversation on page 28 and answer the question WHERE IS TRACEY’S MAGAZINE? After practicing the conversation for a few times, substitute the underlined words for other words you learned in this unit. Finish your day doing the grammar practice exercises in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 3C.

DAY 4 - Dedicate this day to the reading of the text on pages 29 and 30. You’ll read about different kinds of houses, unusual houses. What’s good about the houses in the text? And what’s bad about them? Listen to the audio for this reading passage and do the comprehension exercises both on page 29 and in the folder VIDEO. Practice your reading.

DAY 5 - Today, watch the video A VERY SPECIAL VILLAGE. This story is set in a small city in Italy called Camogli. You’ll see how beautiful this art is. Take the comprehension as soon as you finish watching the video. Watch as many times as necessary, until you can understand the video without reading the subtitles.

DAY 6 - Let’s finish the week starting Unit 4. It doesn’t matter if we are old or young, rich or poor, we all have certain possessions that mean a lot to us. What are your favorite possessions? Look at the pictures on pages 31 and 32 and name the possessions you see. Are they similar to yours?

In this unit you’ll learn how to:

a) identify personal possessions;

b) talk about personal possessions;

c) buy a present;

d) talk about special possessions.

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Week 6: starting

{6ª Sem - #N2P1} [EB] Unity 4 – Pg 33 a 37; [GR] Unit 4 This, that, these, those as subjectives and adjectives; [AU] Unit 4 – Lesson A, B, C (up to vocabulary practice); [RE] A Disappearing Word – Pg 2 a 3;

DAY 2 - On page 33, complete the names of the objects in the pictures. Do you have any of these objects? If you want to complete your list, here are some suggestions: money, pencil, appointment book, etc. Before reading the conversation on page 34, listen to the audio and answer the question:

WHAT IS IN THE BAG? Then, practice the conversation.

DAY 3 - The grammar topic on page 28 shows demonstrative adjectives. Study the chart and do the exercise. Complement the grammar studying the exercises in the folder GRAMMAR: this, that, these, those as subjects and adjectives. Finish your day doing the grammar practice exercises in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 4A. In the first activity you’ll be asked to fill in the blanks with the correct option. Match questions and answers in the second activity.

DAY 4 - Look at the photos on page 35, and think where these people might be. Hear two people talking about what’s in their bags. Listen to the audio again and do the activities on the page. Take some time to do the listening comprehension exercises in the folder VIDEO.

DAY 5 - Do you know how to pronounce the word SHIP? And if you have to pronounce SHEEP? Do you pronounce them in the same way or differently? Learn how to pronounce these similar sounds on page 36. There’s more practice in the folder VIDEO. Start reading the book A DISAPPEARING WORLD. Today, read the introduction on pages 2 and 3. The story is set in the African countries of Congo and Gabon. The leader of the expedition written in this book is worried that natural beauty disappears.

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DAY 6 - Do you shop online? What are your favorite web shops? Label the items on page 37 and then complete the sentences. What other electronic products are there in your house? Finish the week with the vocabulary practice activity in the folder VIDEO – lesson 4C.

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Week 7: starting

{7ª Sem - #N2P1} [EB] Unity 4 – Pg 38 a 40 Unity 5 – Pg 41 a 44; [GR] Unit 4 – Noun possessives; Simple present of have, do and go affirmative statements; Unit 5 simple present affirmative and negative statements; [AU] Unit 4 – Lesson C, D; Unity 4 Lesson A; [VI] Unit 4 – Uncovering the past; [RE] A disappearing Word – Pg 4 a 19;

DAY 2 - The grammar topic on page 38 deals with the verb HAVE in statements, questions and

short answers. Remember the electronic items you were presented to last week? Now, I can ask you:

Do you have a laptop computer? Does your roommate have a new camera? Study the chart on page

38 and do the exercises that follow. Then, complement this knowledge taking the exercises in the

folder GRAMMAR: noun possessives and simple present of have, do and go affirmative statements. Still on page 38, there is a conversation between Sun-Hee and Hana. Listen to the audio and answer the question WHAT DO THEY BUY? Then, listen again and practice the conversation. Finish the day taking the grammar practice exercises in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 4C.

DAY 4 - In this unit you’ll read a text about jewelry. What jewelry are you wearing? Are they your special possessions? Read the text and do the activities on page 39. Complement, listening to the audio related to this text. You can also take more reading comprehension activities in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 4D. In this activity you’ll have to choose the correct option in a multiple-choice exercise.

DAY 5 - Do you know what an archeologist does? Watch the video UNCOVERING THE PAST and discover interesting things about the Maya civilization. Do the activity that follows – match the beginnings to the endings of the sentences. Go through the whole book A DISAPPEARING WORLD. There are tasks on pages 7 and 15. In this book you learned that a team of explorers wants to photograph and document the wild life in two beautiful African countries. Did they complete their project? Could they do it safely? Take your time to study GRAMMAR: simple present affirmative and negative statements.

DAY 6 - Let’s start the last unit of this part of the course. In Unit 5, you’ll acquire vocabulary for daily routines and learn the simple present tense to talk about them. Look at the pictures on pages

41 and 42. Which of the things from the pictures do you do every day?

The goals of this unit are:

a) tell time;

b) talk about people’s daily activities;

c) talk about what you do at work;

d) describe a job.

Page 43 is the last page to be studied this week. What time do you do the activities that appear on the page? What time do you get up? After having studied page 43, finish the week taking the vocabulary practice exercise in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 5A.

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Week 8: starting

{8ª Sem - #N2P1} [EB] Unity 5 – Pg 44 a 50; [GR] Unit 5 – Simple present of have, do and go affirmative statements, negative, Yes/No questions and short answers with regular verbs. Adverbs of frequency: always, usually, often, sometimes, never; [VI] Unit 5 – Zoo Dentists; [RE] A Disappearing Word – Pg 22 a 23 + video + quiz ;

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Well, this is a special week, because it’s the end of the first part of level 2.

DAY 2 - On page 45 you’ll see some typical activities in Joel Sartore’s daily life. Listen to the audio and do the activities on this page. Then, think about a typical day in your life. What do you do on Monday? What about on Tuesday? On page 46 you’ll practice intonation – the way our voices rise and fall when we speak. Listen to the audio and practice not only the exercises on page 46, but also the exercise in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 5B.

Study the GRAMMAR: simple present of have, do and go affirmative statements, negative. This topic was introduced last week and we’d like you to reinforce it, due to its great level of importance.

DAY 4 - The vocabulary presented on page 47 is related to work activities. Which of the activities presented on the page do you do every day, or every week? Which of these activities don’t you do? What other things do you do at work or at college? There is more practice in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 5C. Don’t miss it. Watch the video ZOO DENTISTS and find out what these professionals do at work. Do they have a routine or do they do the same thing every day? Would you like to be a zoo dentist? Take the video comprehension activities.

DAY 5 - The grammar topic starts at the bottom of page 47. It deals with the simple present and adverbs of frequency. After studying the chart, do the activities on page 48 as well as the two grammar practice exercises in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 5C. Match questions and answers in the first activity and in the second one, fill in the blanks with the correct word. Listen to the audio for the conversation on page 48 and answer the question WHAT DOES BRENDA DO AT WORK? Then practice the conversation as much as possible.

Finish the day studying the GRAMMAR: simple present yes/no questions and short answers with regular verbs and adverbs of frequency: always, usually, often, sometimes, never.

DAY 6 - This last reading activity on pages 49 and 50 talk about robots at work. Read and listen to the text and answer the questions on page 49 as well as the reading comprehension question in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 5D. The extra text in the book A DISAPPEARING WORLD talks about the goals of a conservation society. How long does it take you to read the 304 words? In addition, watch the video and do the quiz. Congratulations, you reached one more goal! : )

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Índice

 

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E-book

Grammar

Audio

Video

Reading

Unit 6 – Pg 1 a 8

Unit 6 – Imperative (negative and polite)

Unit 6 – Lesson A, B and C (up to vocabulary practice) Unit 6 – Lesson C and D; Unit 7 – Lesson A (up to vocabulary practice)

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Unit 6 – Pg 8 a 10; Unit 7 – Pg 11 a 13

Unit 6 – Using affirmative and negative forms of have to

Unit 6

Special Kind of Neighborhood – Pg 2 a 3

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Unit 7 – Pg 13 a 18

Unit 7 – Present Continuous and Be able to/Can

Unit 7 – Lesson A, B and C

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Special Kind of Neighborhood – Pg 4 a 10

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Unit 7 – Pg 19 a 20; Unit 8

Unit 8 – Using can with permission

Unit 7 – Lesson B; Unit 8 – Lesson

Unit 7

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Special Kind of Neighborhood –

Pg 21 a 26

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and B

Pg 11 a 19

Unit 8 – Pg 26 a 30; Unit 9

   

Special Kind of Neighborhood – Pg 22 a 23 + video + quiz

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Unit 8 – Lesson C and D

Unit 8

Pg 31 a 32

Unit 9 – Pg 33 a 37

Unit 9 – Count and noun count nouns

 

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Unit 9 – Count and noun count nouns: a/an, some, many in questions and answers, much, many, How much?, How many?, Simple present affirmative and negative statements. Simple present of have, do and go, Yes/No questions and short answers.

Unit 9 – Lesson A, B and C (up to vocabulary practice)

 

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Unit 9 – Pg 38 a 40; Unit 10 – Pg 41 a 44

Unit 9 – Lesson C and D; Unit 10

Unit 9

The Last of the Cheju Divers – Pg

Lesson A

4

a 19

Unit 10 – Pg 45 a 50

Unit 10 – Simple present Yes/No questions and short answers with regular verbs. Should/Shouldn't.

Unit 10 – Lesson B, C and D

Unit 10

The Last of the Cheju Divers – Pg 22 a 23 + video + quiz

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Week 1: Welcome to the second part of level 2!

{1ª Sem - #N2P2} [EB] Unit 6 – Pg 1 a 8; [GR] Unit 6 – Imperative (negative and polite); [AU] Unit 6 – Lesson A, B and C (up to vocabulary practice);

This week you are going to study the e-book from pages 1 to 7. The grammar covered this week is IMPERATIVES. Now, let’s look at each part little by little. On pages 1 and 2 of the e-book there are different kinds of transportation. Can you name them? Besides the ones which appear on these pages, what other types of transportation do you use? On page 3, you’ll see different places that you can find in your city, for example, and you’re supposed to locate them on the map. The goal of this page is not only locate the places on the map, but also ask for and give directions to these places.

In order to give messages, you’ll need to know how to use the verbs in the imperative. So, give a break to the e-book and go to the grammar folder where you can find a presentation, two grammar focus activities, a listening activity, a speaking activity, as well as a review. Maybe on the next day you can return to the e-book and take the grammar activities on page 4 as reinforcement. Take the conversation on the same page and practice your pronunciation, as well as your intonation. Follow with the e-book up to page 7 and separate another day of this week to take the vocabulary and grammar practices that you’ll find inside the video folder.

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Week 2: starting

{2ª Sem - #N2P2} [EB] Unit 6 – Pg 8 a 10; Unit 7 – Pg 11 a 13; [GR] Unit 6 – Using affirmative and negative forms of have to; [AU] Unit 6 – Lesson C and D; Unit 7 – Lesson A (up to vocabulary practice); [VI] Unit 6; [RE] A Special Kind of Neighborhood – Pg 2 a 3;

We hope you had a productive week. As you already know how important it is to review the subject, before starting the activities separated for this week, take a day of study to review. After this review you’re prepared to go on. Here follows a suggestion for you:

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DAY 2 - Study the grammar on page 8 of the e-book. This grammar point covers the verb HAVE TO in the simple present. You’ll see the verb used in statements, questions and short answers. You know that HAVE TO is used to talk about obligations. Let’s think about your obligations as a student: You have to take the lesson. You have to take exams. After completing the exercises on page 8, close the e-book and go to the folder GRAMMAR to study the second grammar topic in unit 6.

DAY 3 - Start the day taking the exercises on grammar related to Lesson 6C. In both activities you have to fill in the gaps with one of the options to complete a sentence in the simple present. We suggest you finish the day preparing the introduction for the book A Special Kind of Neighborhood on pages 2 and 3. The story talks about an interesting and multicultural neighborhood in San Francisco, California.

DAY 4 - Return to page 8 of the e-book to study the conversation. Before reading the conversation, play the audio and answer the question WHAT TIME DOES THE PLANE LEAVE? Then, read the conversation silently and play the audio to practice your pronunciation and intonation.

In this conversation you see an assistant telling a tourist how to get to some place. Use your imagination. You are an assistant at a hotel (think about a neighborhood in your city where the hotel is) and part of your job is to tell tourists how to get to tour spots. Write directions to the places and say what transportation they have to take. Practice as much as you can. Moving to pages 9 and 10, you have the Reading. You can either read silently or listen to the audio passage (it’s inside the folder called VIDEO – LESSON 6D – READING PASSAGE: AUDIO). After reading, there are some comprehension questions on page 9, as well as more comprehension activities inside the folder called VIDEO.

DAY 5 - You can start your day watching the video VOLCANO TREK and taking the video comprehension activities. Do you know that this story takes place in Ethiopia? Do you know anything about this part of Africa? Well, this is the end of Unit 6. Now, we are going to start Unit 7. The topic of this unit is related to the activities we do in our free time. The unit focuses on some of the most common leisure time activities and on sports people do.

You are going to learn how to:

a) identify activities people are doing now;

b) talk about activities that are happening now;

c) talk about abilities and

d) talk about sports.

Just to start, what do you do in your free time?

DAY 6 - This is the last day of the week, because tomorrow is the break, remember? So, let’s close the week studying the vocabulary on page 13 of the e-book. According to the theme of the unit, all the vocabulary is related to free time activities. First, label the pictures. Then, listen to the audio and correct your answers.

Finally, listen again and repeat, you can see that the new vocabulary is in a sentence, and not isolated. In your opinion, which of the activities presented on this page do you like? And which don’t you like? Complement your knowledge about this vocabulary taking the Vocabulary Practice which is inside the folder called VIDEO.

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Week 3: starting

{3ª Sem - #N2P2} [EB] Unit 7 – Pg 13 a 18; [GR] Unit 7 – Present Continuous and Be able to/Can; [AU] Unit 7 – Lesson A, B and C; [RE] A Special Kind of Neighborhood – Pg 4 a 10;

Dear students of level 2, take a look at the schedule suggestion that follows. It starts on Day 2 because the first day is dedicated to a review:

DAY 2 - This week you can start at the bottom of page 13 at the grammar section which deals with the present continuous tense. As you already know, the present continuous is basically used when you want to talk about something that is happening at this moment. For example: My sister isn’t studying now. She’s cooking. Take the opportunity do the exercise inside the folder VIDEO. In the first activity you have to match questions and answers and in the second activity you have to choose the correct answer.

DAY 3 - Start the day taking the first exercises on grammar related to Unit 7. Study all the activities related to Present Continuous. Finish the day reading pages 4-9 of the book A Special Kind of Neighborhood. On page 5 there are three sentences in which you check true or false. After reading, you can also listen to the audio book.

DAY 4 - Return to page 14 of the e-book to study the conversation. Before reading the conversation, play the audio and answer the question WHAT IS DAVE DOING? Then, read the conversation silently and play the audio to practice your pronunciation and intonation.

Moving to page 15, you’ll listen to some telephone conversations. Put the conversations in the order you hear. There are other listening comprehension activities inside the VIDEO folder. Finish the day practicing the differences between the sounds sh and ch. Do you know how to pronounce the words WATCH and WASH? The difference is subtle but important. Take this practice.

DAY 5 - On page 17 there’s a language expansion activity. As we are dealing with the topic of free time activities, you can learn how to say some sports in English. We’d like to know which sports you play. Do you play soccer? Oh no, so do you swim? There’s more vocabulary practice inside the folder VIDEO. Practice as much as you can.

DAY 6 - This is the last day of the week, before the break. So, let’s close the week studying the vocabulary on page 18 of the e-book where you find the grammar section. This time, you are going to study CAN for ability. Tell us what you can do. Can you swim? What about soccer? Can you play soccer? Complete the activities on page 18 as well as the grammar activity (inside the folder GRAMMAR – UNIT 7) and the two exercises on grammar practice inside the folder VIDEO. The last activity of this week is the conversation on page 18. You’ll hear two girls – Julie and Yumi – talking about the things Yumi’s boyfriend can do.

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Week 4: starting

{4ª Sem - #N2P2} [EB] Unit 7 – Pg 19 a 20; Unit 8 – Pg 21 a 26; [GR] Unit 8 – Using can with permission; [AU] Unit 7 – Lesson B; Unit 8 – Lesson A and B; [VI] Unit 7; [RE] A Special Kind of Neighborhood – Pg 11 a 19;

Let’s get down to one more week of study. Good to see you here.

DAY 2 - Let’s start the week reading about sports practiced now and in the past. Read the article and mark the sentences true or false. Then, listen to the audio. Look at the pictures on these pages:

what are they doing? Can you do what they are doing? As soon as you finish, do the reading comprehension activities in the folder VIDEO- 7D.

Watch the video LAND DIVERS OF VANUATU. You’ll see that in this small South Pacific island, people follow a tradition. A very unusual tradition, indeed. Do the video comprehension activities in the folder VIDEO.

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DAY 3 - Unit 8 talks about clothes, you’ll begin by learning basic vocabulary and phrases to use in shopping for clothing. Do you agree that what we wear expresses our personality, cultural values and position in society?

In this unit you’ll learn to:

a) identify and buy clothes;

b) say what people are wearing;

c) express likes and dislikes;

d) learn about clothes and colors.

Finish the day reading the book A SPECIAL KIND OF NEIGHBORHOOD up to page 19. Did this wonderful art technique impress you?

DAY 4 - On page 23 of the e-book there’s vocabulary related to colors and clothes. Do you try things on when you go shopping? Do the activities on this page as well as the activity in the folder VIDEO – 8A.

If you get in a shop, you’re supposed to be polite. Learn on page 24 how to ask polite requests. Study the chart on page 24, and then do the activity that follows.

In addition, do the grammar activity in the folder GRAMMAR: using can with permission. It’s important to remind you to watch the presentation, do the grammar exercises, as well as the listening and speaking ones and finally stick to a review.

DAY 5 - Start your day reviewing what you studied yesterday. Go to the folder VIDEO – Lesson 8A and do the two exercises. In the first exercise you’ll be asked to match questions and answers and in the second one, fill in the blanks with the correct option.

On page 24, there is a conversation. Before reading the lines of the conversation, play the audio and answer the question WHAT COLOR SHOES DOES THE CUSTOMER WANT? Then, practice the conversation as many times as you can in order to improve your pronunciation and intonation.

DAY 6 - On page 25 you see four people wearing different clothing styles. Can you say what they are wearing? Listen to the audio and match their names to the pictures. Take the chance to do another listening comprehension activity which is in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 8B.

In fact, casual speech native English speakers often put words together and pronounce them in a short form. Let’s practice both full and short forms on page 26. Finish the week taking the pronunciation practice in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 8B.

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Week 5: starting

{5ª Sem - #N2P2} [EB] Unit 8 – Pg 26 a 30; Unit 9 – Pg 31 a 32; [AU] Unit 8 – Lesson C and D; [VI] Unit 8; [RE] A Special Kind of Neighborhood – Pg 22 a 23 + video + quiz ;

Are you ready to learn more? Great!

DAY 2 - Go to page 27 of the e-book and learn more vocabulary on clothes and pieces of clothes. What clothes do you like? And what colors do you like? Complement this topic studying the vocabulary practice in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 8C.

Go to the expansion reading of the book A SPECIAL KIND OF NEIGHBORHOOD on pages 22 and 23 and finish the week watching the video and doing the quiz of this material.

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DAY 3 - The grammar point which starts at the bottom of page 27 shows you how to say things you like and dislike. I can say, for example: My mother loves pink, but I don’t like this color. I like red, but my mother doesn’t like it.

Study the chart and match questions and answers on page 28. Study the conversation on page 28 and answer the question WHAT PRESENT DO THEY BUY? After practicing the conversation for a few times, practice it as much as you can.

Finish your day doing the grammar practice exercises in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 3C. In the first exercise, match questions and answers. In the second, fill in the blanks with the correct option.

DAY 4 - What’s your favorite color? Are you wearing this color now? Read the text on pages 29 and 30, and you’ll learn more about colors and clothes. Listen to the audio for this reading passage and do the comprehension exercises both on page 29 and in the folder VIDEO. Practice your reading.

DAY 5 - Today, watch the video INUIT FASHION. This story set in Canada, talks about how the Inuit get dressed, and why they wear certain clothes. Take the comprehension as soon as you finish watching the video. Watch as many times as necessary, until you can understand the video without reading the subtitles.

DAY 6 - Let’s finish the week starting Unit 9. This unit approaches the topic of food from a personal perspective. Look at the pictures on pages 31 and 32 and name as many foods as you can.

What’s your favorite food?

In this unit you’ll learn how to:

a) order a meal;

b) plan a party;

c) talk about a healthy diet;

d) talk about food for special occasions.

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Week 6: starting

{6ª Sem - #N2P2} [EB] Unit 9 – Pg 33 a 37; [GR] Unit 9 – Count and noun count nouns; [AU] Unit 9 – Lesson A, B and C (up to vocabulary practice); [RE] The Last of the Cheju Divers – Pg 2 a 3;

Welcome to a new week.

DAY 2 - On page 33, you’ll see vocabulary related to food and how each of these foods is separated on a menu. After taking the activities on this page, do the one in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 9A.

Before reading the conversation on page 34, listen to the audio and answer the question: WHAT DOES THE CUSTOMERS ORDER? Then, practice the conversation. Now you know how to order food at a restaurant, ok?

DAY 3 - The grammar topic on page 28 shows some and any. Study the chart and do the exercise. Complement the grammar studying the exercises in the folder GRAMMAR: count and noncount nouns. Be aware that some verbs are count in our language, but noncount in English. So, understand them without translating.

Finish your day doing the grammar practice exercises in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 9A. In the first activity, fill in the blanks with SOME or ANY. Then, match questions and answers in the second activity.

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DAY 4 - On page 35, you are going to hear two people planning a party. Look at the picture and name the items you can see in it. Then, listen to the conversation and do the activities that follow. Take some time to do the listening comprehension exercises in the folder VIDEO.

DAY 5 - In fact, casual speech, native English speakers often pronounce words in a short form. This is not news; I’ve already told you this. So, on page 36 let’s learn how to pronounce the short form of the word AND. There’s more practice in the folder VIDEO.

Start reading the book THE LAST OF THE CHEJU DIVERS. Today, read the introduction on pages 2 and 3. The story is set in an island called Cheju which is in South Korea. This island is known for its legendary women divers. Have you ever dived? If not, would you like to? Start reading the book, and soon you’ll find out how this society is changing.

DAY 6 - Diet means all the food you eat. Is your diet good or bad? Why? Look at the plate on page 37 and write the words in the correct part of the chart. Finish the week with the vocabulary practice activity in the folder VIDEO – lesson 9C.

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{7ª Sem - #N2P2} [EB] Unit 9 – Pg 38 a 40; Unit 10 – Pg 41 a 44; [GR] Unit 9 – Count and noun count nouns: a/an, some, many in questions and answers, much, many, How much?, How many?, Simple present affirmative and negative statements. Simple present of have, do and go, Yes/No questions and short answers.; [AU] Unit 9 – Lesson C and D; Unit 10 – Lesson A; [VI] Unit 9; [RE] The Last of the Cheju Divers – Pg 4 a 19;

DAY 2 - The grammar topic on page 38 expands what you learned on page 34 – this time you’ll study how much and how many. How many hamburgers do you eat? How much milk do you drink? Study the chart on page 38 and do the exercises that follow. Then, complement this knowledge taking the exercises in the folder GRAMMAR: more about count and noncount nouns: a/an, some, many in questions and answers, much, many, how much, how many.

Still on page 38, there is a conversation between a doctor and a patient. Listen to the audio and answer the question DOES THE PATIENT EAT WELL? Then, listen again and practice the conversation. What about you? Do you eat well?

Finish the day taking the grammar practice exercises in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 9C. In both activities, you’ll be asked to fill in the blanks with the correct option.

DAY 4 - On pages 39 and 40, you’ll read a text about food for special occasions. On a typical day in our lives, we eat ordinary food, that is, usual food. However, on special occasions we eat special food. What is a special occasion for you? And what do you eat on this day? Read the passage (and also listen to it) and do the activities on the page. Then, take more reading comprehension activities in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 9D, in which you’ll deal with a multiple-choice activity.

DAY 5 - You know what fast food is, don’t you? But do you know what slow food is? Watch the video SLOW FOOD and discover its benefits. Do the activity that follows. Then, think about it:

how can you slow down your life? Do you think it’s important?

Go through the whole book THE LAST OF THE CHEJU DIVERS. There are tasks on pages 13 and 19. In this book you learned that the women in South Korea have dived into the ocean to look for seafood for a long time. Now, these women have more choices. What are these choices? Return to page 44 of the e-book and listen to the conversation. Answer the question WHAT’S WRONG WITH KIM? Then, practice the conversation.

DAY 6 - Let’s start the last unit of this part of the course. In Unit 10, you’ll approach the topic of health. The human body is the same all over the world, but people’s experiences with health and illness vary widely. Look at the pictures on pages 41 and 42 and describe what you can see.

The goals of this unit are:

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a) identify parts of the body to say how you feel;

b) ask about and describe symptoms;

c) identify remedies and give advice;

d) learn and talk about prevention.

On page 43 you’ll learn to identify parts of the body to say how you feel. For example, if your head hurts, you can say that you have a headache. After having studied page 43, finish the week taking the vocabulary practice exercise in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 10A.

The grammar starting at the bottom of page 43, shows sentences with FEEL and LOOK. You may feel sick without looking sick.

FEEL is related to something inside yourself, while LOOK is related to your appearance. Do the exercises on page 44 as well as the grammar practice activities in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 10A.

Finish the week reviewing the GRAMMAR simple present affirmative and negative statements and simple present of have, do, and go affirmative statements, negative statements, yes/no questions and short answers.

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Week 8: starting

{8ª Sem - #N2P2} [EB] Unit 10 – Pg 45 a 50; [GR] Unit 10 – Simple present Yes/No questions and short answers with regular verbs. Should/Shouldn't.; [AU] Unit 10 – Lesson B, C and D; [VI] Unit 10; [RE] The Last of the Cheju Divers – Pg 22 a 23 + video + quiz ;

DAY 2 - Think about when you go to the doctor. What does a patient do at the doctor? What does the doctor do? On page 45 you’ll listen to two conversations between patients and doctors. Listen to the audio and do the activities on this page. Then, do the extra listening comprehension activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 10B.

On page 46 you’ll practice word stress. Stress means words and parts of words that sound “stronger” when we’re speaking. Listen to the audio and practice not only the exercises on page 46, but also the exercise in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 10B.

Study the GRAMMAR: simple present yes/no questions and short answers with regular verbs. This topic has been studied before and is brought up again, due to its great level of importance.

DAY 4 - The vocabulary presented on page 47 is related to remedies – things you can do at home when you have a simple ailment. What remedies do you know? Do the activity on this page as well as the one in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 10C.

Watch the video PYRETHRUM and find out how dangerous a mosquito can be. Take the video comprehension activities.

DAY 5 - The grammar topic starts at the bottom of page 47. It shows the grammar point SHOULD for advice. Look, I feel terrible. I have a cold. What should I do? Yeah, I should see a doctor. I should take some cold medicine. After studying the chart, do the activities on page 48 as well as the two grammar practice exercises in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 10C. Match a problem to its advice in the first activity and in the second one, fill in the blanks with the correct word.

Listen to the audio for the conversation on page 48 and answer the question WHAT DOES CASEY THINK BRENDA SHOULD DO? Then practice the conversation as much as possible. Think of ailments and suggest a remedy and give advice to each of them.

Finish the day studying the GRAMMAR: should / shouldn’t.

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DAY 6 - This last reading activity on pages 49 and 50 talks about how to prevent diseases. Read and listen to the text and answer the questions on page 49 as well as the reading comprehension question in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 10D.

The extra text in the book THE LAST OF THE CHEJU DIVERS talks about a different kind of holiday. What’s your favorite kind of holiday? How long does it take you to read the 327 words? In addition, watch the video and do the quiz. Congratulations, you reached one more goal : )

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Índice

 

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Sem

E-book

Grammar

Audio

Video

Reading

Unit 11 – Pg 1 a 7

Unit 11 – Feature with Be Going To

Unit 11 – Lesson A, B, C (up to vocabulary practice)

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Unit 11 – Pg 8 a 10; Unit 12 Unit 11 – Wold like / would rather / prefer; unit 12 –

Unit 11 – Lesson C, D; Unit 12 – Lesson A

Unit 11 – Making a

Water Sports Adventure – Pg 2 a

– Pg 11 a 14

Simple past be affirmative and negative statements

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Unit 21 – Pg 15 a 20

Unit 12 – Irregular Simple Past

Unit 12 – Lesson B, C, D

Thai Boxing Champion

Unit 12 – Monarch Water Sports Adventure – Pg 4 a

Migration

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Unit 13 – Present tense be statements and contractions. Present tense be Yes/No questions, and short answers Unit 13 – Be + adjectives before nouns. Noun possessives; Unit 14 Simple present of have, do and go affirmative statements, negative statements,

Unit 13 – Lesson D; Unit 13 –

Unit 13 – Pg 21 a 27

 

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Water Sports Adventure – Pg 11 a

19

Unit 13 – Pg 28 a 30; Unit

Lesson B, C (up to vocabulary practice)

unit 13 – Lesson C, D; Unit 14 - Lesson A

Unit 13 – The Last od the Woman Diver

Water Sports Adventure – Pg 22 a 23 + video + quiz

14

– Pg 31 a 34

Yes/No questions and short answers. Simple present Yes/No questions and short answers with regular verbs Unit 14 – Adverbs of frequency: always, usually,

Unit 14 – Pg 35 a 40; Unit

Unit 14 – Lesson B, C, D

Unit 14 – Hula

Dinosaur Search – Pg 2 a 3

15

– Pg 41 a 42

often, sometimes, never

Unit 15 – Pg 43 a 50; Unit

Unit 15 – Possessive pronouns X possessive

Unit 15 – Lesson A, B, C, D

Unit 15 – Beagle Patrol

Dinosaur Search – Pg 4 a 19

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– Pg 51 a 52

adjectives. Should/ shouldn't. Polite imperatives.

 

Unit 16 – some with plural count nouns and with non-count nouns. More about count and non-count nouns: a/an, some, many, in questions and answers: much, many, How much? How many?

 

Unit 16 –

Dinosaur Search – Pg 22 a 23 +

Unit 16 – Pg 53 a 60

Unit 16 – Lesson A, B, C, D

Dangerous Dinner video + quiz

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Week 1: starting

{1ª Sem - #N2P3} [EB] Unit 11 – Pg 1 a 7; [GR] Unit 11 – Feature with Be Going To; [AU] Unit 11 – Lesson A, B, C (up to vocabulary practice);

Welcome to the last part of level 2. This week you are going to study the e- book from pages 1 to 7. The grammar covered this week is FUTURE WITH BE GOING TO.

Now, let’s look at each part little by little.

On pages 1 and 2 of the e-book there are different things happening. Can you say what is happening in each picture? Do you plan to do any of these things next weekend? Oh no? so, what are you going to do on Saturday?

On page 3, you’ll see different things to do on special days. As soon as you finish studying this page, go to the vocabulary practice inside the video folder.

When you want to talk about your plans, you might need to use the verbs in the future. So, give a break to the e-book and go to the grammar folder where you can find a presentation, two grammar focus activities, a listening activity, a speaking activity, as well as a review on this topic.

Separate another day to return to the e-book and take the grammar activities on page 4 as reinforcement. Take the conversation on the same page and practice your pronunciation, as well as your intonation.

Follow with the e-book up to page 7 and separate another day of this week to take the vocabulary and grammar practices that you’ll find inside the video folder.

Keep up the good work !

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Week 2: starting

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{2ª Sem - #N2P3} [EB] Unit 11 – Pg 8 a 10; Unit 12 – Pg 11 a 14; [GR] Unit 11 – Wold like / would rather / prefer; unit 12 – Simple past be affirmative and negative statements; [AU] Unit 11 – Lesson C, D; Unit 12 – Lesson A; [VI] Unit 11 – Making a Thai Boxing Champion; [RE] Water Sports Adventure – Pg 2 a 3;

Welcome to a new week of study. After taking the review, start on day 2.

DAY 2 - Study the grammar which starts at the bottom of page 7 of the e- book. This grammar point covers WOULD LIKE TO for wishes. A wish is something you want for you in the future. For example, imagine your friend Carla lives in a small apartment, but she wants a bigger apartment in the future. So, she says: I’d like to live in a bigger apartment. After completing the exercises on page 8, close the e-book and go to the folder GRAMMAR to study the second grammar topic in unit 11.

DAY 3 - Start the day taking the exercises on grammar related to Lesson 11C. In the first activity you match questions and answers and in the second activity you fill in the blanks with the correct word.

We suggest you finish the day preparing the introduction for the book Water Sports Adventure on pages 2 and 3. The story is set in Oregon and Washington, in the United States. What water sports do you know?

DAY 4 - Return to page 8 of the e-book to study the conversation. Before reading the conversation, play the audio and answer the question WHAT WOULD WENDY LIKE TO DO? Then, read the conversation silently and play the audio to practice your pronunciation and intonation. Could you notice the sarcasm in the conversation?

In this conversation you hear Wendy talking to her father about future plans. Look at the things she would like to do. What about you? What would you like to do in the future?

Practice the conversation (pronunciation and intonation) before going on.

Moving to pages 9 and 10, you have the Reading. You can either read silently or listen to the audio passage (it’s inside the folder called VIDEO – LESSON 11D – READING PASSAGE:

AUDIO). After reading, there are some comprehension questions on page 9, as well as more comprehension activities inside the folder called VIDEO.

DAY 5 - You can start your day watching the video MAKING A THAI BOXING CHAMPION and taking the video comprehension activities. What do you know about Thailand? In your opinion, is it OK to train a boy to become a boxing champion?

Well, this is the end of Unit 11. Now, we are going to start Unit 12. The topic of this unit deals with the reasons why people move to a new home – city or country.

You are going to learn how to:

a) talk about moving in the past;

b) talk about moving dates;

c) talk about preparations for moving;

d) discuss migrations.

Do you live at the place you were born in, or have you moved?

DAY 6 - Go to page 13 of the e-book. According to the theme of the unit, all the vocabulary is based on verbs related to moving. Observe the pictures which illustrate the meaning of the vocabulary and circle the correct words in parentheses. Complement your knowledge about this vocabulary taking the Vocabulary Practice which is inside the folder called VIDEO.

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Finish the week studying the simple past on pages 8 and 9 as well as the grammar activities both inside the folder GRAMMAR and VIDEO. Complement with the conversation and then, you really deserve a break. Congratulations on your progress : )

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Week 3: starting

{3ª Sem - #N2P3} [EB] Unit 21 – Pg 15 a 20; [GR] Unit 12 – Irregular Simple Past; [AU] Unit 12 – Lesson B, C, D; [VI] Unit 12 – Monarch Migration; [RE] Water Sports Adventure – Pg 4 a 10;

Ready for week 3? We’re sure you are. Follow the study plan below, after taking a review:

DAY 2 - On page 15, you’ll see 4 famous people who migrated to the United States. Do you know their names? Write them under the photos and then listen to the audio and do the tasks on the page. Complement the activity by taking the listening comprehension exercises in the VIDEO folder.

Moving to page 16, you’ll hear and practice how to pronounce the final –ed of the regular verbs. The goal of this activity is to make you are aware of the difference in pronunciation. Then, we want you to imitate the sound as accurate as you can. So, the secret is practice.

DAY 3 - On page 17 there’s a language expansion activity. As we are dealing with the topic of moving and migration, you’ll be introduced to more verbs that can help you convey this message. If you are going to move, what do you need to do? Yes, you need to pack, buy the tickets, close the bank account … There’s more vocabulary practice inside the folder VIDEO. Practice as much as you can.

Start studying the grammar on pages 17 and 18 which is SIMPLE PAST. Tomorrow you can complement this grammar point studying more.

DAY 4 - You started studying the simple past yesterday, so today is a great time to complement this knowledge. Go to the GRAMMAR folder and take all the activities related to the irregular simple past in Unit 12. Then, take the two grammar practice exercises. In the first one you match questions and answers and in the second one you fill in the blanks with the correct word.

DAY 5 - Play the audio of the conversation and answer the question WHERE ARE DAVID AND LIANA MOVING? Identify the answer before reading the conversation. Then, practice as many times as you want. A good suggestion is to replace some words in the dialogue for other words you were introduced to on the previous page and you already know the meaning. Finish your studying day reading from page 4 to page 10 of Water Sports Adventure. On page 11, the book asks you to put the events in order.

DAY 6 - Today go to the Reading activity on pages 19 and 20. You can either read the paragraphs silently or listen to the audio passage. The text is talking about human migration and you can see a map showing the history of this migration. After reading, take the activities on page 19 as well as the reading comprehension activities in the VIDEO folder.

Watch the video MONARCH MIGRATION / MONARCH BUTTERFLIES. These butterflies migrate every year showing a nature spectacle. We’re sure you want to learn more about these beautiful butterflies. After watching, complete the video comprehension activities.

Now you deserve a break : )

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Week 4: starting

{4ª Sem - #N2P3} [EB] Unit 13 – Pg 21 a 27; [GR] Unit 13 – Present tense be statements and contractions. Present tense be Yes/No questions, and short answers; [AU] Unit 13 – Lesson D; Unit 13 – Lesson B, C (up to vocabulary practice); [RE] Water Sports Adventure – Pg 11 a 19;

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DAY 2 – In English-speaking countries, one common topic of conversation when people first meet is occupations and the work people do. This is the topic of Unit 13. Look at the people on pages 21 and 22 of the e-book and guess who they are – their names, their age, where they are from and what they do.

In this unit you’ll learn to:

a) meet people;

b) ask for and give personal information;

c) describe different occupations;

d) talk about people and their occupations.

DAY 3 - Look at the map on page 23 of the e-book and look at the people – their nationality and occupation. Where are you from? What do you do? Which occupations from page 23 do you think are the most difficult? First, take the activity on page 23 and then the vocabulary practice activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 13A.

Listen to the conversation on page 24 and answer the question WHERE IS SEAN FROM? before reading the lines. Then, practice as much as you can, so that you’ll improve your pronunciation and intonation.

DAY 4 - The grammar presented in Unit 13 is a review and reinforcement of the verb BE, in statements, questions, answers and contractions. As well as studying the chart and doing the activity on this page, do the GRAMMAR: present tense be statements and contractions and present tense be yes / no questions and short answers.

In addition, do the grammar practice exercises in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 13 A. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of BE in the first exercise and choose the correct option in the second one.

DAY 5 - Do you like to watch TV game shows? Which ones? What happens at the beginnings of these shows? Yes, that’s right: the players are introduced! On page 25, you are going to hear part of a TV game show. Fill in the blanks with the correct information. In the folder VIDEO you’ll find a multiple choice activity.

Remember the contractions, which are used in fast informal speaking? So, listen to the audio on page 26 and practice the contractions. Then do the activity that follows, as well as the activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 13B in which you’ll record your voice.

DAY 6 - What’s a boring job? What’s a safe activity? Which jobs have a good salary? Go to page 27 and learn more adjectives used to describe different occupations. Do both the activities on this page as well as the one in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 13C.

Finish the week reading up to page 19 of the book WATER SPORTS ADVENTURE. Listen to the audio book, as well. Don’t miss it!

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Week 5: starting

{5ª Sem - #N2P3} [EB] Unit 13 – Pg 28 a 30; Unit 14 – Pg 31 a 34; [GR] Unit 13 – Be + adjectives before nouns. Noun possessives; Unit 14 Simple present of have, do and go affirmative statements, negative statements, Yes/No questions and short answers. Simple present Yes/No questions and short answers with regular verbs; [AU] unit 13 – Lesson C, D; Unit 14 - Lesson A; [VI] Unit 13 – The Last od the Woman Diver; [RE] Water Sports Adventure – Pg 22 a 23 + video + quiz ;

Let’s get down to some more work. Glad to be with you.

DAY 2 - If I ask you to tell about your classes, you can say, for example: My classes are interesting. You can also say: It’s not a difficult class. Study the chart at the bottom of page 27 on

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the e-book and do the activities that follow. There’s more grammar to be studied in the folder GRAMMAR – Unit 13: be + adjective, adjectives before nouns and noun possessives.

Listen to the conversation between Graham and Elsa talking about what they do and answer WHAT DOES GRAHAM DO? First, listen and answer the question, then read the lines and practice the conversation.

Finish the day reinforcing the grammar. Take the exercises in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 13C. In the first exercise, fill in the blanks with the correct form of be.

Then, in the second exercise fill in the blanks with the correct words (adjective + noun).

DAY 3 - Read the text talking about people from around the world on pages 29 and 30. After taking the activities on these pages, listen to the audio passage and do the extra exercise in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 13D.

The video THE LAST OF THE WOMAN DIVERS shows the story of the previous book you read. Watch and do the video comprehension activity.

DAY 4 - Unit 14 will teach you how to talk about daily activities on a work day an also consider your free time activities. Think about these questions: When do you work? When do you rest? And when do you play? Go to pages 31 and 32 of the e-book and name the things you can see in each picture. Then, answer: What do you do on working days? What do you do on weekends?

In this unit, you’ll learn to:

a) talk about a work day;

b) talk about free time;

c) describe a special celebration or festival and

d) compare different festivals.

Read the extra pages of the book WATER SPORTS ADVENTURE and also do the quiz and watch the video.

DAY 5 - Match the pictures to the vocabulary about a work day. Tell me what you do first on a work day. And then? And next? And finally? Think about your day and write your activities in a sequence.

The grammar in this unit is a review, because the topic is of such importance. Finish this day studying the grammar: simple present affirmative and negative statements and simple present of have, do, and go affirmative statements, yes/no questions and short answers.

DAY 6 - Go to the grammar chart on page 34 of the e-book to reinforce the simple present tense and do the activities that follow. Then, study the grammar simple present yes/no questions and short answers with regular verbs.

Listen to the conversation between Chris and Mia and answer the question DOES MIA WORK ON SATURDAY? Then, practice the conversation as much as you can. Do you work or study on Saturday?

Finish your week doing the grammar practice exercises in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 14A. Choose the correct option in both exercises.

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Week 6: starting

{6ª Sem - #N2P3} [EB] Unit 14 – Pg 35 a 40; Unit 15 – Pg 41 a 42; [GR] Unit 14 – Adverbs of frequency: always, usually, often, sometimes, never; [AU] Unit 14 – Lesson B, C, D; [VI] Unit 14 – Hula; [RE] Dinosaur Search – Pg 2 a 3;

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Welcome to unit 6. Let’s move on. Here’s a study plan:

DAY 2 - On page 35 you are going to hear to an interview with an actor about his activities. Listen to the audio and do the activities that follow. Bob Hardy is famous. Is his Sunday like yours? Do you think famous people do usual things? Why, or why not? Do the activities in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 14B for more listening comprehension practice.

With HE or SHE, the verbs in the simple present tense take –s at the end. This –s has three different pronunciations. Study the pronunciation section on page 36 and do the exercise that follows. Then, take the extra pronunciation practice in the folder VIDEO.

DAY 3 - On page 37 of the e-book you will learn vocabulary to help you describe a special celebration or festival. What does the text on this page talk about? What are the celebrations there called? Do the activities that follow on this page as well as the vocabulary practice in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 14C.

Prepare the vocabulary of the book DINOSAUR SEARCH on pages 2 and 3. Are you interested in this topic? Do you normally watch movies about it?

DAY 4 - I always get up early. What about you? To answer my question, study the grammar on pages 37 and 38 as well as the GRAMMAR – Unit 14: adverbs of frequency: always, usually, often, sometimes, never.

Listen to the conversation between Neil and Carol talking about what they do on a special occasion. Answer the question DOES CAROL HAVE A FAMILY MEAL ON NEW YEAR’S? Then, practice the conversation to improve your pronunciation and intonation. What’s your favorite celebration or festival? What do you do on this day?

Finish the day reinforcing the grammar. Go to the folder VIDEO – Lesson 14C and do the exercises which are there. First, fill in the blanks with the correct adverb of frequency, then choose the correct option in a multiple-choice task.

DAY 5 - Read the text about a festival on pages 39 and 40. What do you know about Carnival? What do you do on these days? Do the activities on these pages, as well as the reading comprehension activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 14D. Remember that you can also listen to the audio passage. Think about another important festival in your country. What is its name? When do you celebrate this festival? Why do you celebrate it? What do you do on this day?

Watch the video HULA and take the video comprehension activity.

DAY 6 - Let’s finish the week studying the beginning of Unit 15. The unit focuses on vocabulary related to international travel, especially air travel. Travel is one of the world’s largest industries. What are some ways to travel? How do you usually travel? Go to pages 41 and 42 of the e-book and look at the pictures. Where are the people?

In this unit you’ll learn to:

a) identify possessions;

b) ask for and give personal travel information;

c) give travel advice;

d) share special travel tips with others.

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Week 7: starting

{7ª Sem - #N2P3} [EB] Unit 15 – Pg 43 a 50; Unit 16 – Pg 51 a 52; [GR] Unit 15 – Possessive pronouns X possessive adjectives. Should/ shouldn't. Polite imperatives.; [AU] Unit 15 – Lesson A, B, C, D; [VI] Unit 15 – Beagle Patrol; [RE] Dinosaur Search – Pg 4 a 19;

Plano de Estudos MEO (My English Online)

Willing a new week?

DAY 2 - Learn how to identify possessions on page 43. Study the page and do the activities that follow. Take the activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 15A, as well.

Study the grammar POSSESSIONS on page 44 and learn how to ask and answer question using WHOSE: Whose pen is this? It’s mine. In the folder GRAMMAR – Unit 15, study: possessive pronouns X possessive adjectives. It’s useful to remind you that this folder contains: presentation, grammar practice, listening practice, speaking practice and review.

Listen to the conversation on page 44 and answer the question WHO DOES THE BAG BELONG TO? Then, practice the conversation.

Finish the day taking the activities in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 15A. Choose the correct option in the first activity, and fill in the blanks in the second activity.

DAY 3 - Look at the pictures on page 45 of the e-book and think about what people do in each place. Hear three conversations and do the activities that follow. Besides, take the listening comprehension activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 15B.

In English, when we say a sentence containing a list of things, our voices rise when we say each thing on the list, and falls when we say the last thing on the list. Learn more about rising intonation on page 46. Practice using the activity on the page and the activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson

15B.

Read up to page 19 of the book DINOSAUR SEARCH. Also, listen to the audio of the pages you are reading today.

DAY 4 - Do you know the names of the documents shown on page 47? Which ones do you use? Complete the exercises related to travel documents and money. There is an extra activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 15C.

Last week you studied SHOULD to give advice. Now, let’s study SHOULD /SHOULDN’T on page 48. Study the grammar chart and do the activities that follow. Imagine a friend from Italy wants to take a vacation in your city. Let’s give this person some advice. You should come here in the summer. You shouldn’t bring much money. Study the folder GRAMMAR – Unit 15: should / shouldn’t and polite imperatives.

Listen to the conversation between Greg and Claudia and answer the question WHAT DOES CLAUDIA WANT FROM THE UNITED STATES? Practice the conversation.

Finish the day with the grammar practice activities in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 15C. Nível 2, Parte 3

DAY 5 - Read the text on pages 39 and 40. The text shares special travel tips. When you travel, do you take lots of things or do you travel light? Why? Do the activities on these pages, as well as the reading comprehension activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 15D. Remember that you can also listen to the audio passage. Think about travel tips for your country. Consider transportation, how to carry money, etc.

The video BEAGLE PATROL talks about working dogs. Watch the video and do the video comprehension activity. What are possible problems with dogs in airports?

DAY 6 - Food is a complex and interesting topic, with cultural, social, health, and even more aspects. Our food preference is shaped not only by personal taste, but by custom, habit, and the physical environment we live in.

In this unit you’ll learn to:

a) talk about food;

b) order a meal;

c) talk about diets;

d) discuss unusual and favorite foods.

Nível 2 - Básico

Go to pages 51 and 52 of the e-book and look at the pictures on these pages. Name as many things as you can in each picture. Which foods in the picture are very healthy? Which foods in the pictures do you eat every day / often / sometimes / never?

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Week 8: starting

{8ª Sem - #N2P3} [EB] Unit 16 – Pg 53 a 60; [GR] Unit 16 – some with plural count nouns and with non-count nouns. More about count and non-count nouns: a/an, some, many, in questions and answers: much, many, How much? How many?; [AU] Unit 16 – Lesson A, B, C, D; [VI] Unit 16 – Dangerous Dinner; [RE] Dinosaur Search – Pg 22 a 23 + video + quiz ;

Congratulations! This week you are accomplishing one more goal!

DAY 2 - Look at the foods on page 53 of the e-book. Which of these foods do you like? Which foods do you eat often? Do the activities on the page as well as the activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 16A.

Noncount nouns are things that we see as a whole and don’t count. For example: water, air, cheese. Some examples of count nouns are: eggs, bananas, tomatoes. Study the grammar chart on page 53 and do the activity on page 54.

In the folder GRAMMAR – Unit 16, study: count and noncount nouns; some with plural count nouns and with noncount nouns.

Listen to the conversation on page 54 and answer the question WHAT DO YOU NEED TO MAKE A SPANISH OMELET? Then, practice the conversation. Think about a food or dish you like and list the ingredients you need to make it.

Finish the day taking the activities in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 16A. Complete the sentences with the correct word in both activities.

DAY 3 - Hear a conversation in a restaurant between a customer and a waiter and do the activity on page 55. Then, take the listening comprehension activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 16B.

When we speak quickly in English, some words and sounds are ‘reduced’ – pronounced differently. Learn more about the reduced forms of do you have and would you like on page 56. Practice using the activity on the page and the activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 16B.

Read the expansion pages of the book DINOSAUR SEARCH on pages 22 and 23. Also, watch the video and do the quiz.

DAY 4 - Why do people eat special diets? What kind of special diets do you know about? Read the menus on page 57 of the e-book and do the activities that follow. There is an extra activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 16C.

Kim and Pat are talking about special diets. Listen to their conversation and answer the question CAN PAT EAT POPCORN? Practice the conversation. Do you eat a special diet?

DAY 5 - How much coffee do you drink? How many vegetables do you eat? Study the chart on page 48 and do the activities that follow. Study the folder GRAMMAR – Unit 16: more about count and noncount nouns: a/an, some, many in questions and answers, much, many, how much, how many.

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At his point you might understand how important this grammar topic is, ok? It’s being revisited so that you have more chances to acquire this knowledge. Finish the day with the grammar practice activities in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 16C.

DAY 6 - Read the text which discusses unusual and favorite foods on pages 59 and 60. What strange things do people eat in other countries? Do the activities on these pages, as well as the reading comprehension activity in the folder VIDEO – Lesson 16D. Remember that you can also listen to the audio passage. Think about your favorite food. Consider the recipe, the ingredients, how to make it, etc.

The video DANGEROUS DINNER talks about an expensive and dangerous fish eaten mainly in Asia. Watch the video and do the video comprehension activity. Why do you think people like to eat this kind of fish? Would you eat it?

Nível 3 - Pré Intermediário

Nível 3 - Pré Intermediário

Ao término do Nivel 3, o aluno será capaz de desenvolver as habilidades descritas a seguir:

Unidade I

Comparar o que as pessoas geralmente fazem com o que fazem agora

Esportes

Falar sobre atividades esportivas que ocorrem agora

Identificar comidas regionais

Comparar atividades presentes e diárias

Falar sobre pratos tradicionais familiares

Falar sobre esportes favoritos

Entender como um prato regional se torna um prato internacional Unidade X Comunicação

Discutir feriados radicais Unidade II Destinos

Falar sobre viagens de férias passadas

Comunicar com pessoas

Trocar informações sobre férias

Conversar com pessoas desconhecidas

Usar was/were para descrever experiências pessoais

Falar para "quebrar o gelo"

Falar sobre um descobrimento do passado Unidade III Comunicação

Falar sobre comunicação pessoal

Aprender como profissionais falam Unidade XI Cidades

Descrever sua cidade

Dar e escrever detalhes de contatos

Falar sobre um bom bairro

Descrever características e qualidades

Discutir um plano de ação

Comparar diferentes tipos de comunicação Unidade IV O Futuro

Falar sobre planos

Prever cidades no futuro Unidade XII O Corpo

Discutir formas de ser saudável

Discutir planos de longo e curto prazo

Falar sobre estilos de vida

Prever o clima

Discutir o futuro Unidade V Comprar Roupas

Sugerir remédios naturais

Entender como germes afetam o corpo Unidade XIII Desafios

Fazer comparações

Falar sobre desafios

Explicar preferências