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PERSONAL INFORMATION
1st Bimester Termo 1

APOSTILA DO ALUNO
Nome:______________________________
PERSONAL INFORMATION
1st Bimester Termo 1

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Esta primeira parte da apostila tem, por objetivo, oferecer aos alunos, o

primeiro contato com a lngua inglesa, por meio da aprendizagem da linguagem

que ele teria de usar para falar de si prprio e de sua famlia.

Seguem sugestes de atividades e exerccios para o 1 bimestre do Termo

1 da Educao de Jovens e Adultos, explorando o vocabulrio e linguagem

necessrios para a comunicao em sala de aula, quando em situaes nas quais

o aluno necessite dar informaes sobre seu nome, idade, estado civil e profisso.

Esta parte inicial constitui a introduo para um segundo momento, no qual

os alunos entraro em contato com situaes na vida do trabalho. Essas situaes

incluem, por exemplo, a de se candidatar a um emprego, preenchendo uma

proposta de candidato a um emprego. Este segundo momento est caracterizado

como a parte 2 dessa apostila, com contedo referente ao 2 bimestre do Termo 1

da Educao de Jovens e Adultos.

Cada apostila constar de 20 atividades (10 para cada bimestre) que

podero ser usadas pelo professor na ordem que entender ser a melhor, para os

seus alunos, conforme as diretrizes do Plano de Curso de EJA.

Esperamos que esta apostila, juntamente com a criatividade e talento de

cada professor, sirva de apoio e incentivo para o conhecimento de uma nova

lngua e seja a porta que poder abrir para novos caminhos.

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ATIVIDADE 1

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ATIVIDADE 2

Pamela: Hi! Im Pamela Sachs.


Whats your name?
Richard: My names Richard
Lane.
Pamela: How are you,Richard?
Richard: Im fine, thanks. And
you?
Pamela: Im fine, too.

Voc deve usar as linhas abaixo para escrever um dilogo de


apresentao como o de cima, entre voc e seu dolo. Esta pessoa
poder ser algum que voc admira, famoso ou no. Quando terminar,
comente com a turma sobre quem voc escolheu e o porqu de sua
escolha. Se quiser, cole uma foto dele(a) para mostrar classe.

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ATIVIDADE 3
1 15 29

2 16 30

3 17 40

4 18 50

5 19 60

6 20 70

7 21 80

8 22 90

9 23 100

10 24

11 25

12 26

13 27

14 28

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Richard : Good afternoon. Whats your
ATIVIDADE 4 name?
Paul : Im Paul.
Richard : Hello, Paul.
Paul : Nice to meet you, Richard.
Who is this?
Richard : This is my nephew Thomas.
Paul : Your nephew?
Richard : Yes, thats right.
Paul : Nice to meet you, Thomas.
But, How old are you, Richard?
Richard : Im thirty-four years old. Is this
your nephew too?
Paul : No, this is my friend Simon.
Richard : Nice to meet you, Simon.
Simon Paul: Nice to meet you, too.

Simon Thomas
Richard

Ilustrao retirada do livro Blueprint One (Brian Abbs e Ingrd Freebairn), Longman, 1990.

you your friend


Name: Name:
Age: Age:

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ATIVIDADE 5

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10
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Mrs. Caldwell: Whats your name,
please?
Mrs. Taylor : My names Catherine.
Mrs. Caldwell: How do you spell it?
Mrs. Taylor : C-A-T-H-E-R-I-N-E.
Mrs. Cadwell : Whats your surname?
Mrs. Taylor : Taylor.
Mrs. Caldwell: How do you spell
Taylor?
Mrs. Taylor : T-A-Y-L-O-R.

How do you spell.

a) angel? b) flowers?
c) candy? d) zipper?
e) umbrella? f) watch?
g) violin? h) yo-yo?

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ATIVIDADE 6
Doctor

Pilot

Carpenter

Plumber

Lawyer

Fireman

This is Karen Yamamoto.


She is twenty-seven years
old. She is a secretary.

Answer the questions:

1) Whats her name?


2) How old is she?
3) Whats her occupation?

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secretary
teacher
manicure

maid

Telephone doorman
operator

housekeeper
gardener
retired

nurse

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ATIVIDADE 7

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*Ilustraes retirada do livro: Successful Writing Proficiency (Virginia Evans), Express Publishing, 2000.

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ACROSS_____________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________

1. Hes ___ __________. 4. Shes ___ ___________. 7. Shes ___ ___________. 8. Shes __ _______.

DOWN______________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________

2. Hes __ __________. 3. Hes __ __________. 4. Hes __ __________. 5. Shes __ __________.

6. Shes __ _________.

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ATIVIDADE 8

Textos retirados do livro: In Touch. A Beginning American

English Series (students book 3) - Oscar Castro e Victoria

Kimbrough, Longaman, 1980.

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ATIVIDADE 9
1) Answer the questions:
a) What is your name? _____________________________________
b) How are you? __________________________________________
c) Are you a student?_______________________________________
d) Are you a teacher?_______________________________________

2) Complete the dialogue with the verb to be (are, is, am):

Sally : Hi, Paul.


Paul: Hello, Sally.
Sally : Paul, ______ you a student ?
Paul: Yes, I ______. And you?
Sally: I ______ a student, too.
Paul: Sally, who ______ that boy?
Sally: It ______ Peter. He ______ my
friend.
Paul: ________ he a postman?
Sally: Yes, he _______.

3) Unscramble the words in order to make a right sentence:

am I a student.
__________________________________

Are teacher? you


________________________________

friends. are They


__________________________________

is Sheila student. __________________________________


good a

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4) Answer the questions, according to the pictures:

Is she a secretary? __________________________.

Is she a teacher? _____________________________.

Whats his occupation? _____________________.

Whats his job? ______________________________.

5) Look at the picture, read the text and write a similar


composition about a friend of yours:

His names Juan. Hes twenty-seven


years old. Hes a waiter in the USA.

Now, write about your friend:

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6) Read the advertisements and fill in the blanks with the correct
job from the box below:

chef manager English teacher nurse

waiter tour guide receptionist

Textos retirados do livro: Changes students book 1 (Jack Richards e outros. Cambridge University Press, 1995.

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ATIVIDADE 10

factory worker

housekeeper

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clerk

secretary

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teacher

actor

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architect

scientist

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cook

flight attendant

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mechanic

sales woman

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GRAMMAR

VERB TO BE

AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE


I am I am not (Im not) Am I ?
You are You are not (You arent) Are you ?
He is He is not (He isnt) Is he ?
She is She is not (She isnt) Is she ?
It is It is not (It isnt) Is it ?
We are We are not (We arent) Are we ?
You are You are not (You arent) Are you ?
They are They are not (They arent) Are they ?

SHORT ANSWERS

Are you a student?


Yes, I am./ No, Im not

Is he a teacher?
Yes, he is./No, he isnt.

Are they your friends?


Yes, they are./No, they arent.

POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

MY book
YOUR pen
HIS pencil
HER blouse
ITS collar
OUR house
YOUR school
THEIR car

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APPLYING FOR A JOB
2nd Bimester Termo 1

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ATIVIDADE 1

Texto retiradosdo livro: American Streamline - Departures -Bernard Hartley e Pter Viney, Oxford University Press, 1983., 41
ATIVIDADE 2

Texto e ilustrao retirados do livro: In Touch. A Beginning American English Series (students book 3) - Oscar Castro e Victoria

Kimbrough, Longaman, 1980.

Mrs. Lewis : Whats your name?


Tony : Antonio Costa.
Mrs. Lewis : Your address?
Tony : 688 Columbus Avenue,
apartment 3F.
Mrs. Lewis : And your phone number?
Tony : Excuse me?
Mrs. Lewis : Whats your telephone
number?
Tony : Oh, its 373-6105.
Mrs. Lewis : Where are you from?
Tony : Brazil.
Mrs. Lewis : And youre in English 4?
Tony : Yes, thats right.
Mrs. Lewis : Sign here, pleaseThank
you.
Tony : Youre welcome.
Mrs. Lewis : Next, please.
Tony : Goodbye, Maria. See you
later, Tomiko.
Maria : Bye, Tony.
Tomiko : Bye.

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TIlustrao retirada do livro: In Touch. A Beginning American English Series (students book 3) - Oscar Castro e Victoria

Kimbrough, Longaman, 1980.

A: Whats your name?


B: ________________________.
A: Your address?
B: ________________________.
A: And your phone number?
B: Excuse me?
A: Whats your telephone number?
B: ________________________.
A: Where are you from?
B: ________________________.
A: And youre in Termo1, EJA?
B: Yes, thats right.
A: Sign here, pleaseThank you.
B: Youre welcome.
B: Next, please.

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ATIVIDADE 3

GIBSON SHEILA

35 FIFHT AVENUE, ROOM 109

NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10003

682-4876
SECRETARY APRIL 1, 1962

SALT LAKE CITY, USA


FRENCH
Sheila Gibson Sept 6, 2003

Mary: _____________________your name?

Sheila: _____________________________.

Mary: _____________________your address?

Sheila: _____________________________.

Mary: And ________________phone number?

Sheila: _____________________________.

Mary: _____________course are you in, Sheila?

Sheila: _____________________________.

Mary: __________________________you from?

Sheila: _____________________________.

Mary: OK. Thank you.

Sheila: _____________________________

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Write the addresses on the envelopes:

Ilustrao retirada do livro: In Touch. A Beginning American English Series (students book 3) - Oscar Castro e Victoria Kimbrough,

Longaman, 1980.

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Complete the conversation with words from the list and

information from the registration form:

whats please I name last


what welcome you address first
youre number your
are from morning
is in

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Marie: Good __________________________________.

Sally : Hello. _________________ your ___________________?

Marie: Marie.

Sally : OK. _________________your ________________name?

Marie: Oh. Deneuve.

Sally : And your _______________________________?

Marie:_____________ Fifth_______________________.

Sally : ____________your room number?

Marie: ___________________________.

Sally : And where _____________you_______________, Marie?

Marie: ___________________________.

Sally : ____________course_____________you____________?

Marie: _________________________.

Sally : OK. Sign here, ______________. Thank _________.

Marie: Youre _____________________.

Sally : Next, ______________________.

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ATIVIDADE 4

Texto retirado do livro: Blueprint One Kimbrough, Brian Abbs e Ingrid Freebairn, Longman, 1990.

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Texto retirado do livro: Blueprint One Kimbrough, Brian Abbs e Ingrid Freebairn, Longman, 1990.

Texto retirado do livro: Blueprint One Kimbrough, Brian Abbs e Ingrid Freebairn, Longman, 1990.

Agora, preencha a sua form como se voc estivesse se inscrevendo em

uma academia de ginstica, usando as suas informaes pessoais:

HEALTH AND CARE ACADEMY


Name:_____________________________________
Address:__________________________________
Telephone number: ________________________
Date of Birth: ___________________________
Sex: ________ Marital Status:_____________
Signature: _______________________________
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ATIVIDADE 5

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Ilustraes retiradas do livro: Functions of English, Leo James, Cambridge University Press, 1981.

Use the information in the advertisements to complete this chart. Put a tick
( ) in the appropriate box where the answer is yes and put a question
mark (?) if the answer is not clear from the advertisement:

1. Location CROWN CRAFT PARADE

a) in London

b) in country
c) near sea

d) easy to get to London

e) in center of town/city

2.Accommodation

a) in institution
b) in hostel

c) with families

d) where students like

3. Hours per week (normal


course)

a) over 20
b) over 25

4. Special courses offered

a) summer

b) intensive

c) technical

d) secretarial

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e) English literature

f) Speech and drama

5. Minimum age

a) 15

b) 16
c) 17

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ATIVIDADE 6

1) What am I?

This is my camera. Im a

This is my bag. Im a POSTMAN

This is my basket. Im a H___________

This is my school. Im a T___________

This is my dress. Im a G___________

This is my dress. Im an A___________

This is my car. Im a P___________

This is my case. Im an E___________

Exerccio etirado do livro: Target One workbook, L.G.Alexander e outros, Longmanm, 1977.

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2) Answer to the following questions, according to the picture and

model in the box below:

Exerccio etirado do livro: Target One workbook, L.G.Alexander e outros, Longmanm, 1977.

a) Is Sue hot? Yes, _________________________.

Is she hungry? No, _______________________.

Who is hungry? _______________. Hes __________________.

b) Is Sue thirsty? ___________________________.

Is she happy? ___________________________.

Who is hapy? ________________________________________.

c) Is Tom hungry? __________________________.

Is he busy? _____________________________.

Who is busy? _________________. Shes _________________.

d) Is Tom clever? __________________________.

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ATIVIDADE 7

Ilustrao retirada do livro Starting Strategies One, Brian Abbs e Ingrid Freebairn, Longaman, 1977.

Ilustrao e texto retirados do livroBlueprint One, Brian Abbs e Ingrid

Freebairn, Longman, 1990.

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You are looking for an apartment too. Fulfill the application form

below:

Ilustraes retiradas do livro: Starting Strategies One, Bian Abbs e Ingrid Freebairn, Longamn, 1977.

Write the numbers from 1 to nine and complete the puzzle. Write

each number only once:

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ATIVIDADE 8

Ilustraes retiradas do livro New Interchange, J.C. Richards e outros, Cambridge University Press, 1998.

Are these adjectives positive or negative? Write P or N next to each

word.

bad-tempered .. hardworking ..

creative .. impatient ..

critical .. level-headed ..

disorganized .. moody ..

efficient .. punctual ..

forgetful .. reliable ..

generous .. strict ..

Write about someone you know and about yourself, using the

adjectives above:

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ATIVIDADE 9

Name: David OBrien


Age: 22
Personality:outgoing, fashionable, self-
confident, athletic, adventurous.
Previous jobs: model, personal trainer.
Present job: flight attendant.

Name:
Age:
Personality:

Previous jobs:

Present job:

Name:
Age:
Personality:

Previous jobs:

Present job:

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Name:
Age:
Personality:

Previous jobs:

Present job:

Name:
Age:
Personality:

Previous jobs:

Present job:

Name:
Age:
Personality:

Previous jobs:

Present job:

Name:
Age:
Personality:

Previous jobs:

Present job:

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ATIVIDADE 10

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PROBLEM CARDS:

You dont use creativity to solve problems. (Voc no usa criatividade

para solucionar problemas).

Go back 3 spaces.

You dont improve your knowledge,by taking courses . (Voc no

aprimora os seus conhecimentos, por meio de cursos).

Go back 4 spaces.

You dont use computers.(Voc no usa computadores).

Go back 4 spaces.

You dont have information, you dont read newspapers or

magazines.(Voc no tem informao, voc no l jornais ou revistas).

Go back 4 spaces.

You dont know English or a 2nd language.(Voc no sabe Ingls ou uma

segunda lngua).

Go back five spaces.

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STOP AND TALK CARDS

Whats your name?

How old are you?

What course are you in?

Whats your address?

Whats your phone number?

Are you married?

Whats your job?

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GRAMMAR

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS

This is an umbrella.

This is a bus.

That is a ruler.

That is an apple.

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BIBLIOGRAFIA:

Abbs, Brian, Cook, Vivian, Underwood, Mary.Authentic English For Reading

1.Oxford, University Press, 1980.

Abbs, Brian e Freebairn, Ingrid. Blueprint One. Longman, Essex, 1990.

Abbs, Brian e Freebairn, Ingrid. Starting Strategies 1.Longman, Norwich, 1977.

Alexander L.G., Tadman J., Swan D.K. Target One workbook. Longman,

Norwich, 1977.

Apostilas do Ensino Regular 5, 6, 7 e 8 sries elaboradas pelo

Deped/Seduc/Santos/SP.

Apostilas da Educao de Jovens e Adultos - Ciclo II elaboradas pelo

Deped/Seduc/Santos/SP.

Byrne, Brian e Freebairn, Ingrid. Functional Comprehension.Longman, 1979.

Castro, Oscar e Kimbrough, Victoria. In Touch. A Beginning American English

Series (students book 3). Longman, 1980.

Evans, Virginia. Activate Your English. Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Jones, Leo. Functions of English. Cambridge University Press, 1981.

Richards, Jack C, Hull, Jonathan e Proctor, Susan. Changes (students book 1).

Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Sinclair, Barbara. Activate Your English. Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Siqueira, VALTER Lellis e Pellizon, Edson Leone.Enjoy It (vol2 ).Atual Editora, So

Paulo, 1995.

Yeadon, Tony. Project GB Family Life. Mary Glasgow Publications, London, 1978.

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