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    CREDITS

    Coordination Support

    Jairo Antonio Castro

    Pedagogical Direction

    Javier Gmez Zapata

    Direction of Art

    Adriana BuitragoMarim Alejandra Cruz CasasDavid Oswaldo Pinzn Rojas

    Script Composition

    Arturo Ricaurte AvellaGustavo Garzn GmezJavier Gmez ZapataJoan Gabriel Buitrago VegaJuly Andrea Torres HernandezLuz Angelica Pinzn GarciaNidya Astrid Arias PenagosNubia Andrea del Pilar Gonzlez MosqueraSindy Carolina Bonilla Orjuela Yolanda Torres Caldern Ivan Camilo Gonzalez Garca

    Voices

    Arturo Ricaurte AvellaJavier Gmez ZapataJoan Gabriel Buitrago VegaJuly Andrea Torres HernandezLuz Angelica Pinzn GarciaNidya Astrid Arias PenagosNubia Andrea del Pilar Gonzalez MosqueraSindy Carolina Bonilla Orjuela Yolanda Torres Caldern Ivan Camilo Gonzalez Garcia

    WELCOME TO SENA ENGLISH PROGRAM SEPEnglish right here right now

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    Dear Apprentices:

    Welcome to SENA English Program SEP: English right here, right now. It is a pleasure to have you here as our apprentice. This is the on-site English program created by SENA English Language Department whose objective is to provide enough linguistic and communicative elements for the NEW ENGLISH APPRENTICES to start or continue learning, interacting and communicating by using a foreign language, in this case English.

    This is just a single step in a journey of a thousand miles, but this could be the most important one. Without further ado, keep up your enthusiasm and lets get

    Hands-on!Sincerely,The instructors

    INTRODUCTION

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    The process of implementing new strategies and materials in English teaching that meets the expectations and needs of a specific population was our main concern when we started this journey of planning and developing a set of activities for our language learners . We really want to thank the coordinators and all language instructors at SENA for the insights and intellectual production that is included in this material. This was a cooperative process that aims to provide a minimum spectrum of activities that our apprentices can take advantage of to improve their English competences.

    The best in this language journey,

    The editors

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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    HOW TO USE IT

    This material is divided into four units:

    1.INTRO AND TALKING ABOUT MYSELF: In this section you are introduced to the general topics (colors, numbers, animals, etc.) that you will find motivating to get involved in communicative practice. Also, you will acquire the corresponding tools to express information about your daily life.

    2.DESRIBING PEOPLE, COMPARING OBJECTS AND TALKING ABOUT MY DAILY ROUTINE: In this unit you will learn and practice how to make descriptions. Also, you will be able to compare objects and situations in context and finally consolidate the use of personal daily routines.

    3.TALKING ABOUT PAST EXPERIENCES AND ANECDOTES: In this communicative section you will share ideas about past events and memorable moments on your vacation. Besides, you will be able to create stories and write letters in context.

    4. GIVING ADVICE AND TALKING ABOUT FUTURE EVENTS: By the end of this section you will be able to give recommendations, describe your plans and future situations related to your personal interests. Finally, you will describe weather conditions.

    Each unit will contain the following four sections:

    A. LEARN AND PRACTICE: In this section you will find the different components and contents contained in each unit.

    B. BEFORE START: Here you can find some interesting activities that will involve you into general topics to be learned along the unit.

    C. LETS START: This section contains the core of the course in which you will develop the main activities related to content and practice.

    D. HANDS ON: This section proposes interactive activities to practice and consolidate your knowledge. Most of them are intended to use technological tools.

    Finally in each section you will find the following components:

    ABCS: In this component you will find aspects related to vocabulary, expressions and colloquialisms that are useful to carry out the activities and exercises.

    TOCK TALK: Under this component you will explore different exercises that will help you improve your speaking abilities.

    TRAIN YOUR BRAIN: This component explores the different grammar structures necessary to communicate and interact properly.

    KEEP UP READING: In this component you will improve your reading skills (skimming, scanning, etc.) besides improving your vocabulary by discovering new words.

    WRITE IT UP: In this component you will enhance your writing skills by putting in practice the different vocabulary and grammar utterances seen throughout the program.

    SAY IT AGAIN: Here you will find several exercises to improve your listening skills.

  • UNIT 1UNIT 1RAP1:

    To understand phrases and daily life vocabulary of general interest.

    Context: Intro and talking about myself.

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    ABCSTOCK, TALK!

    TRAIN YOUR BRAIN

    KEEP UP READING

    WRITE IT UP!

    HANDS-ON

    The Alphabet

    Cardinal and Ordinal numbers

    Countries and

    Nationalities

    Clothes and Colors

    Animals

    Telling the Time

    Months, Days of the

    Week

    Family Members

    Greetings and

    Farewells

    Spelling

    How to say hello and good bye

    Introducing yourself and

    providing personal

    information

    Useful expressions

    in class

    How to express ideas about basic

    things

    Personal pronouns

    Verb To Be

    Simple Present Tense:

    Affirmative, negative and

    questions

    s possessive

    Y/N and WH questions

    Identify personal

    information in short stories or

    conversations

    Remember information found in the reading by answering questions

    My family tree description

    Create the script for a dialogue/interview

    and record a video

    A. BEFORE START: Thinking map

    Take a couple of minutes to think about the following questions:

    1. What is your English level?_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    2. Do you think English is important? Why? Why not? _____________________

    ______________________________________________________________________

    3. What vocabulary do you remember from previous English learning experiences? _______________________________________________________

    ______________________________________________________________________

    4. Based on the vocabulary that you know, complete the following exercise:

    NUMBERS

    DAYS OF THE WEEK

    MONTHS

    COUNTRIES

    COLORS

    ANIMALS

    TO CONSIDER

    5. What are your expectations about this English course?

    _____________________________________________________________________

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    B. LETS START

    ALPHABET

    The alphabet is useful to learn how to write and pronounce properly.

    SAY IT AGAIN

    1.1 Listen to the alphabet and repeat.

    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

    HOW DO YOU SPELL?

    2. Listen to the words and write them down.

    a. _______________________

    b. _______________________

    c. _______________________

    d. _______________________

    e. _______________________

    ASK YOUR PARTNER

    3. Choose five words and by pairs ask each other how to spell them correctly. The apprentice with more right words will be the winner!

    YOUR WORDS YOUR PARTNERS

    Watch the video and practice the pronunciation:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jaHvC_qtT8s

    TOCK ,TALK

    There are other expressions that you can use to ask about vocabulary:

    How do you say perro You say dog

    How can I say mesa in English? You can say table

    What does bread mean? It means pan

    Whats the meaning of bread? The meaning of bread is pan

    How do you pronounce tooth? _____________________

    Other common expressions

    I do not/ dont understand. I do not know

    Can you repeat please? Please slowly

    NUMBERS

    Among other uses, numbers are important to:

    Do mathematical operationsThirty two thousand plus nineteen equals thirty thousand (and) nineteen:

    32.000 + 19 = 32.019

    To express phone numbers:What is your telephone number? 3164853357

    To express addresses, dates, etc.What is your address? 93 street # 22-11When were you born? I was born on June 12th 1980

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    SAY IT AGAIN

    1.5 Listen to the audio and choose the phone number you hear:

    COUNTRIES AND NATIONALITIES

    6. Find the name of the countries and write them below each flag.

    Read the numbers aloud and check their pronunciation:

    4. Write the right number that corresponds to each quantity:

    Write your own telephone number:

    What is your telephone number?_______________________________________ My telephone number is_______________________________________________

    1 ONE 1 1 ELEVEN 30 THIRTY 100.000ONE HUNDRED

    THOUSAND

    2 TWO 12 TWELVE 40 FORTY 1.000.000 ONE MILLION

    3 THREE 13 THIRTEEN 50 FIFTY

    4 FOUR 14 FOURTEEN 60 SIXTY

    5 FIVE 15 FIFTEEN 70 SEVENTY

    6 SIX 16 SIXTEEN 80 EIGHTY

    7 SEVEN 17 SEVENTEEN 90 NINETY

    6 EIGHT 18 EIGHTEEN 100ONE

    HUNDRED

    9 NINE 19 NINETEEN 1.000ONE

    THOUSAND

    10 TEN 20 TWENTY 10.000TEN

    THOUSAND

    PRONUNCIATION NOTE Do not forget that the consonant TH is pronounced by putting your tongue between your t

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