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UNIT 13:
Leaf through a leaflet
A wake of boat crossing a lake in the
Alpine Mountains
UNIT 13:
Leaf through a leaflet
Genre
Information pages
Topic
Leaving home
Nº sessions
4-5
Writing
Leaflet: Summer holiday spot of
students preferences (inform and
advertise)
Any sort of short material informing
and advertising
PODCASTS
Travel information by tourists
experiencing different guided tours or
by trip organizers themselves.
Regarding: effectiveness of this
information pages and why (purpose
and context)
VERB-ING
Reading
Listening
Speaking
Grammar
Lesson specific goals:
The students will be able
to:
1. Identify and handle
different specific printed
means of communication
with specific advertising
purposes.
2. Process and reproduce
information from these
type of material to inform
and advertise
3. Express by written
and orally on travel
information by using
appropriate and accurate
lesson- related register.
4. Understand different
accents of people
travelling and sharing
their holiday experiences
UNIT 13:
1.-
Grammar
ING form with VERBS
Need/Require+( ing
form)
Common verbs followed by - ing include:
Admit
Appreciate
Avoid
Confess
Consider
Continue
Love*
Like*
Hate*
(ALP book p.
119)
Deny
Go (for
activities)
Imagine
(ALP
book,p.119)
Mind
Practice
Prevent
Enjoy
Stop**
Go**
Suggest
Success
Remember**
Delay
Regret**
Allow*
Like
Hear/see
/watch**
Forget**
Inf./ing
Excuse
Prefer*
Feel like
Finish
Forgive
Give up
Dislike
Quit
Involve
Pospone
Intend* (that)
Plan*
Propose*
Begin*
Start*
Mean**
Try**
Risk
To/-ing/that
Verbs marked with * can also be followed by infinitive with little or no change in meanng.
Verbs marked with ** can also be followed by infinitive but the meaning is different.
UNIT 13:
Grammar
*For example, some verbs such as like,enjoy, prefer, dislike hate are
followed by –ing to express general preferences
** With remember, forget, stop, go on and regret. The difference is
concerned with time:
The –ing form refers to things that has happened before
(remembering, forgetting, etc)
The infinitive refers to things that happened after the remembering,
forgetting
Ex.
I shall always remember meeting you for the first time
Remember to bring the lab keys
I will never forget swimming with dolphins
David forgot to lock the door.
** Another case: Try: a) you do as an experiment (ING) b) you do as
an effort (to-infinitive). Ex Try following your parents´advise
Try to follow your parents advice.
UNIT 13:
Grammar
•
The- ing form can be the subject or the object of a verb. Using the
online resources is less time consuming. I love searching the Web
•
Verbs which are followed by the –ing form can be followed by the
passive –ing form. She loves being taken care of
•
After common expressions such as: as well as to be busy, it is not use,
it´s (no) good, it´s (no worth), what´s the use of, can´t help, there´s no
point in talking.
•
IMPORTANT: hear, listen to , notice, see, watch and feel + ing to
express incomplete action. Said verbs + infinitive without “to”. Ex. I
heard you speaking to Mss Smith (I heard only part of the
conversation). I heard you tell the story
•
IMPORTANT: Need, want, require can be followed –ing but this has a
passive meaning. The PC needs/wants/requires reparing
UNIT 13:
Grammar
2. After prepositions
The –ing form can be the object of a preposition. The –ing form (rather than the
infinitive) always follow a preposition. He is really keen on seeing 3D
films
3. After determiners
The -ing form can be used after determiner in formal English to
show the possesive. my, your, his etc, and genitives like
John´s
Do you mind my making a suggestion?
I am annoyed about John´s forgetting to bring his book
Does my smoking annoy you?
UNIT 13:
Grammar
Read the follwing sentences. Say whether they are OK or not.
Please Explain why
1. It´s no use to apologise. It won´t change anything.
2. Have you considered getting a job abroad?
3. She doesn´t mind to be disturbed while she is working.
4. I look forward to hear from you.
5. I don´t remember to say that.
6. Please remember putting out the cat before you go to bed
7. I shall never forget seeing the Queen.
8. Don´t forget writing to Aunt Mary
9. Every three hours I stop work to stretch
10. For healthy reasons you should stop to smoke
11. How long do you intend to go on playing?
12. He welcome the new students and then went on to explain
the college regulation.
13. I saw her lecture the whole audience in a magestic way.
1. apologising 2.OK 3.being 4.hearing 5. saying 6.to put 7.OK 8.
OK 9. OK 10. smoking 11.OK 12.OK 13.OK
UNIT 13:
Grammar
Some useful links to practice:
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises_list/gerund_infinitiv.htm
http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/410/grammar/gerinf1.htm
http://wwwedu.ge.ch/cptic/prospective/projets/anglais/exercises/gerund2.htm
UNIT 13:
Vocabulary spot
(Cambridge Dictionary Online (CDO). Wikypedia (WK)
Leaflet
a piece of paper which gives you information -Demonstrators handed out leaflets to passers-by.
or advertises something (CDO)
-A leaflet about the new bus services came through the door today.
-A leaflet had been left under the car's windshield wiper.
Flier
(US usually flyer) a small piece of paper with information
on it about a product or event (CDO)
A type of leaflet, often for advertising.
Compared with a flyer or a handbill, a
brochure usually uses higher-quality paper,
more color, and is folded. also referred to
as a pamphlet is a type of leaflet
(WK)
- a type of small magazine that contains
pictures and information on a product or a
company (CDO)
a document giving details of a college, school
or business and its activities (CDO)
Brochure
Prospectus
Handbilll
Pamphlet
Broadsheet
Tabloids
a small printed advertisement or notice that is
given to people by hand
a thin book with only a few pages which gives
information or an opinion about something
(NON ADVERTISING)
a thin book with only a few pages which gives
information or an opinion about something
Small newspaper-sensationalist papers
Restaurant fliers are given to passers-by on 5th Avenue, NYC.
The two most common brochure styles are single sheet, and booklet
(folded leaflets) forms:
Types of brochure:
Bifold: a single sheet printed on both sides and folded into
halves
Threeforld
Z-Fold or accordion folds like maps .
I picked up a really impressive prospectus for Shirley
Heath Junior School.
In Britain, the broadsheets are generally believed to be
more serious than the tabloids.
UNIT 13:
Vocabulary spot
(Cambridge Dictionary Online (CDO). Wikypedia (WK)
Trail
Wake
Cobh
Queenstown
a path through the countryside,
often made or used for a
particular purpose
when the family and friends of a
dead person meet in order to
look at the dead body the night
before it is buried, or when they
meet after a dead person has
been buried to drink and talk
about the person's life
is a sheltered seaport town on
the south coast of County Cork,
Ireland with a approx population
of around 28,639.(WK)
Cobh was renamed as
Queenstown to commemorate
Queen Victoria visit. 1922 with
the foundation of the Irish Free
State, it was renamed Cohb
again
a forest/mountain trail
Waking Ned (Film, 1999)
Wake special

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