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<ul><li><p>7/30/2019 Unit 6, Semester 1</p><p> 1/8</p><p>Family</p><p>UNIT 6</p><p>Objectives:</p><p>1. Students can mention any member in the family.2. Students can be able to draw their family trees.3. Students can be able to write grammatical sentences using present continuous.4. Students can be able to describe a family's activities from a picture.5. Students can be able to translate a passage about family.</p></li><li><p>7/30/2019 Unit 6, Semester 1</p><p> 2/8</p><p>2</p><p>A. WARM UPLook at Barbaras family tree and fill the blanks with the appropriate family</p><p>member names.</p><p>B. VOCABULARIESFind the correct words and write them into the gaps.</p><p>Example: horadgmthnergrandmother</p><p>1. fathre - ____________2. osn - ______</p><p>3. rbthoer__________4. sesitr - _________</p></li><li><p>7/30/2019 Unit 6, Semester 1</p><p> 3/8</p><p>3</p><p>5. othemr - __________6. necul - _________7. aarndgfther______________8. atnu________9. nriachgdld</p><p>________________</p><p>10.agdtuehr - ___________11.scioun_________12.fwie_______</p><p>13.cenie_________14.peermsotht____________15.reptans____________16.bandhus___________17.pehwen____________18.sno-ni-alw</p><p>_________________</p><p>19.usospe__________20.ooerdgtmh - __________</p><p>C. USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Tell me about your family. Do you have any brothers or sisters?</p><p>Yes, I have two brothers and a sister.</p><p>No, Im the only child.</p><p> Are you the first child?Yes, I am.</p><p>No, Im the third child of five children.</p><p>How old is/are your brother(s)/sister(s)?The oldest one is 22 years old. The second oldest is 19 years old.</p><p>The youngest is 15.</p><p>Are you married?Yes, I am.</p><p>No, Im single.</p><p>No, Im divorced.No, Im widowed.</p><p>D. GRAMMAR FOCUS (PRESENT PROGRESSIVE/CONTINUOUS)We use present progressive/continuous for:</p><p>a. actions happening at the moment of speakingE.g. Peteris reading a book now.</p></li><li><p>7/30/2019 Unit 6, Semester 1</p><p> 4/8</p><p>4</p><p>b. fixed plan in the near futureE.g. She is going to Basel on Saturday.</p><p>c. temporary actionsE.g. His fatheris working in Rome this month.</p><p>d. actions happening around the moment of speaking (longer actions)E.g. My friends are preparing for their exams.</p><p>e. trendsE.g. More and more people are using their computers to listen to music.</p><p>f. repeated actions which are irritating to the speaker (with always,constantly, forever)</p><p>E.g. Andrew is always coming late.</p><p>Signal Words:</p><p>- now,- at the moment,- Look!- Listen!</p><p>FORMS</p><p>1. Positive</p><p>2. Negative</p><p>3. Interrogative</p><p>S + is/am/are + V-ing</p><p>S + is/am/are + not + V-ing</p><p>Is/Am/Are + S + V-ing ?</p></li><li><p>7/30/2019 Unit 6, Semester 1</p><p> 5/8</p><p>5</p><p>Example:</p><p>1. (+) Anne is cooking in the kitchen.(-) Anne is not cooking in the kitchen.</p><p>(?) Is Anne cooking in the kitchen?</p><p>2. (+) Jody and Jane are studying in that room.(-) Jody and Jane are not studying in that room.</p><p>(?) Are Jody and Jane studying in that room?</p><p>3. (+) I am reading the Twilight Saga.(-) I am not reading the Twilight Saga.</p><p>(?) Am I reading the Twilight Saga?</p><p>SIMPLE PRESENT vs. PRESENT PROGRESSIVE</p><p>NONACTION VERBS NOT USED IN PRESENT PROGRESSIVE</p><p>Want</p><p>Need</p><p>Like</p><p>Love</p></li><li><p>7/30/2019 Unit 6, Semester 1</p><p> 6/8</p><p>6</p><p>Hate</p><p>Hear</p><p>See</p><p>Smell</p><p>Taste</p><p>Understand</p><p>Know</p><p>Believe</p><p>Think (meaning believe)</p><p>Example:</p><p>1. I want an apple. NOT Im wanting an apple.2. I hear a siren. NOT Im hearing a siren.3. She hates children. NOT She is hating children.</p><p>E. EXERCISESa. Find out and write down ten activities that are being done by ten different</p><p>people around you.</p><p>1. ______________________________________________________________2. ______________________________________________________________3. ______________________________________________________________4. ______________________________________________________________5. ______________________________________________________________6. ______________________________________________________________7. ______________________________________________________________8. ______________________________________________________________9. ______________________________________________________________10.______________________________________________________________</p><p>b. Ask for the bold part of the sentence.1. Ashley is going to a restaurant.</p><p>______________________________________________________________</p><p>2. Gareth is reading the paper.______________________________________________________________</p></li><li><p>7/30/2019 Unit 6, Semester 1</p><p> 7/8</p></li><li><p>7/30/2019 Unit 6, Semester 1</p><p> 8/8</p><p>8</p><p>Charlotte (Kates younger sister) Brad (Kates younger brother)</p><p>Kates mother Kate</p><p>Verbs:</p><p>Watch TV</p><p>Paint</p><p>Play guitar</p><p>Read newspaper</p><p>Wash the dishes</p><p>Play computer</p><p>1. _________________________________________________________2. _________________________________________________________3.</p><p>_________________________________________________________</p><p>4. _________________________________________________________5. _________________________________________________________6. _________________________________________________________</p><p>e. Draw your own family tree from your nuclear family.</p></li></ul>