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Xpress 4

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Xpress 4
Yeny Romero
Evolving With You
Bachillerato Tecnologico
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Xpress 4
Student’s and Prac ce Book
Copyright © 2016 Stanford Publishing ISBN: 978-607-97382-4-2
Printed in Mexico
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Xpress 4 was edited and produced to t semester IV according to Dirección General de Educación Tecnológica Industrial (DGETI).
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Xpress
4
Vocabulary
Wri ng
Speaking
Reading
Grammar
Conversa on Strategy
Pair work
QR Codes
Project
Listening
Augmented Reality


Table of contents
Block 1 Made in Mexico 8 Lesson 1: Where does it come 12
from?
Lesson 2: Who made it? 26
Practice 1 36 Self-evaluation 42 Co-evaluation 42 Project 1 43
Block 3 If I had known... 82 Lesson 6: Life stories 86 Lesson 7: A bit of past 100 Practice 3 110 Self-evaluation 114 Co-evaluation 114 Project 3 115
Block 2 What would you do? 44
Lesson 3: Our qualities Lesson 4: Nature Lesson 5: I would... Practice 2 Self-evaluation Co-evaluation
Project 2
QR Ac vi es Audio transcripts
48 58 66 76 80 80 81
116 119


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Lesson 1
Where does it come from?
What places have you visited?
Writing descriptions Unscramble sentences Excuse me?
The Present Passive
(affirmative, negative and interrogative)
Prepositions
Countries, Languages and Nationalities
Regular and Irregular Verbs
Lesson 2 Who made it?
Describing places Culture Quiz
Describing someone I admire.
I agree with you
The Past Passive
(affirmative, negative and interrogative)
Landmarks Vocabulary Review
Lesson 3 Our qualities
Practicing conversations. That sounds great!
Tag Questions Prefixes
Adjectives Opposites
Lesson 4 Nature
Describing places What?
Relative Clauses
Natural Places
Lesson 5 I would...
Describing professions Describing social issues Agree and disagree I’m not sure.
Second Conditional: Present Unreal
Numbers Professions Social Issues
Lesson 6 Life stories
The best Mexican is...
Describing things remarkable people did.
What do you mean?
The Past Perfect
Regular and Irregular Verbs Occupations
Lesson 7 A bit of past
Describing hypothetical situations.
Talk about historic events. Actually
Third Conditional: Past Unreal Time organizers
Dates Mexican Holidays


Matt’s Travels
I didn’t know that... iPads
Quiz about Mexico Defining materials
Ask and give information about the origin and use of diverse products.
Expresses ideas and concepts through language.
Identifies main ideas in a written or oral text and infers conclusions from them.
Communicates in a second language about ordinary situations.
Participates and collaborates effectively in groups.
Identifies and interprets the general idea and a possible development of an oral or written message in a second language, using previous knowledge, non- verbal clues and cultural context.
Communicates in another language through an oral or written speech, according to the communicative situation.
Identifies, orders, and interprets ideas, datum and explicit and implicit concepts, considering the text of origin.
Produces texts based on the structure of the language, considering the intention and communicative situation.
The Top 5 Mexico City Landmarks
Innovations, creations and discoveries
The First Cell phone Steve Jobs
Ask and give information about a country or the world.
People giving opinions People asking for opinions
Ask and give information about relevant events.
Expresses ideas and concepts through language.
Applies different communication strategies according to the listener, the context and the objectives.
Listens, interprets, and gives messages that are relevant to the context using the appropriate code and media.
Identifies main ideas in a written or oral text and infers conclusions from them.
Participates and collaborates effectively in groups.
Produces texts based on the structure of the language, considering the intention and communicative situation.
Communicates in another language through an oral or written speech, according to the communicative situation.
Identifies, orders, and interprets ideas, datum and explicit and implicit concepts, considering the text of origin.
Makes hypothesis about natural and social phenomena, based on diverse sources.
Angel’s falls Describing places Living abroad
Provide extra information about something or someone.
A Rich Man Barack Obama What would you do? Social Issues
Describe cause and effect in imaginary settings.
Si-Si: YouTuber Bram Stoker
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera
Describe historic events from a country or the world.
Listens, interprets, and gives messages that are relevant to the context using the appropriate code and media.
Applies different communication strategies according to the listener, the context and the objectives.
Expresses ideas and concepts through language.
Identifies and interprets the general idea and a possible development of an oral or written message in a second language, using previous knowledge, non- verbal clues and cultural context.
Communicates in another language through an oral or written speech, according to the communicative situation.
Uses information and communication technology to do research, and share information.
Identifies, orders, and interprets ideas, datum and explicit and implicit concepts, considering the text of origin.
Makes hypothesis about natural and social phenomena, based on diverse sources.
Mexican Misfortune Martin Luther King Stories
Ask and give information about facts that have affected society.
Give information about facts in an organized way.


Block 1
BLOCK 1 Made in Mexico
VOCABULARY
• Countries
• Languages
• Na onali es
• Materials
• Landmarks
• Regular and Irregular verbs
GRAMMAR
• The Present Passive (a rma ve, nega ve and interroga ve)
• The Past Passive (a rma ve, nega ve and interroga ve)
• Preposi ons
PURPOSE
• The student will be able to give information about the background and use of diverse products from di erent places using the proper gramma cal structures.
8
FUNCTIONS
• Talk about traveling experiences.
• Describe people’s achievements.
• Describe places and landmarks.
• Talk about the history of some products and their use.
• Ask and give informa on about historic events.


1. Complete the chart. Country
Ex: USA
a. Italy
b. France c. China d. Brazil e. Japan
Made in Mexico
Are you ready? Diagnostic Test
Language
English
______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________
Nationality
American
______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________
2. Complete the chart with the past and past participle forms of the verb given.
SIMPLE FORM PAST
PAST PARTICIPLE
Gone
_____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________
Ex: Go
a. Speak b. Drink c. Drive d. See
e. Get
f. Do
g. Clean h. Eat
i. Buy
j. Make
Went
_____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________
3. Unscramble the sentences.
Ex: is /Chichén Itza /tourists /lots/. /visited /of /by
Chichén Itza is visited by lots of tourists.
a. was /Harry Potter /J.K. Rowlling/. /by /written _______________________________________________ b. was/ America /by /Christopher Colombus /discovered/. ____________________________________ c. wool/ My/ is /of/. /sweater/ made __________________________________________________________ d. phone /was/ by/ Steve Jobs/. /The /created _______________________________________________ e. it/ in /Mexico/?/ Is/ made ________________________________________________________________ f. best/ is/ chocolate /in /made/. /The /Switzerland _________________________________________ g. Brazil /is / . /Portugal/ in /and/spoken /Portuguese _______________________________________ h. was/ by /Carlos Slim/. /Telmex /founded __________________________________________________
i. painted/ was/ ‘Mona Lisa’/ by /Da’Vinci/. /The _____________________________________________
j. by/ The/ was /Guillermo Marconi/./ radio /invented ________________________________________
9


Lesson 1
10


Where does it come from?
Augmented Reality: Made in Mexico
ACTIVITY 1
Listen and write important information that you can identify. ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________
ACTIVITY 2
Listen and answer the questions.
1. Why does everyone want to study in the USA? ____________________________________________ 2. Which is the most important American landmark? _________________________________________ 3. Who is one of the most important American Singers?______________________________________ 4. What language is spoken in Brazil?__________________________________________________________ 5. Where can you see the Eiffel Tower?________________________________________________________ 6. Where is David Guetta from?_________________________________________________________________
ACTIVITY 3
Listen and answer T for True and F for False.
1. The Statue of Liberty and Central Park are in New York.
2. Brazil is famous for having the best soccer players on earth.
3. The Cristo Redentor is located in France.
4. London is the Capital City of France.
5. As well as London, Paris is visited by thousands of tourists every year. 6. Fish and fries is a traditional dish in France.
T/F ___________
___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________
11


Lesson 1
Warm Up
Generic Competence
• Expresses ideas and concepts through language.
• Identifies main ideas in a written or oral text and infers conclusions from them.
• Communicates in a second language about ordinary situations.
• Identifies and interprets the general idea and a possible development of an oral or written message in a second language, using previous knowledge, non- verbal clues and cultural context.
• Communicates in another language through an oral or written speech, according to the communicative situation
Disciplinary Cometence
Make a list of five countries you would like to visit one day. Share your ideas with your classmates.
What do you know about other countries? Complete the chart with the missing informa on.
1. _______________
2. ______________
3. ______________
4. ______________
5. ___________
Country
Language
Important city
Food / Drink
France
Croissant
England
English
Japan
Tokyo
Argen na
Meat
Italy
Italian
Matt’s Trips
(01)
a) ListentoMa talkaboutthemostrepresenta vethingsheknows about the countries he has visited. Write the informa on you hear.
Mexico Colombia Italy __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________
Switzerland Saudi Arabia China ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________
___________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________
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