6th GRADE

6th GRADE: UNIT 7 GRAMMAR AND EVERYDAY LANGUAGE



6th GRADE: UNIT 5 GRAMMAR AND EVERYDAY LANGUAGE



6th GRADE: UNIT 4 GRAMMAR AND EVERYDAY LANGUAGE




6th GRADE CHRISTMAS CAROL

Listen and sing our Christmas carol!!! Enjoy!!!




THE STORY OF THANKSGIV ING DAY



6th GRADE: PAST SIMPLE vs. PAST CONTINUOUS
 


ACTIVITIES:

Activity 1 

Activity 2 

Activity 3 

Activity 4 

Activity 5 


6th GRADE: UNIT 3 - GRAMMAR AND EVERYDAY LANGUAGE




6th GRADE: PRESENT PERFECT with SINCE and FOR



We often use for and since with perfect tenses:
  • We use for to talk about a period of time: five minutes, two weeks, six years
  • We use since to talk about a point in past time: 9 o'clock, 1st January, Monday
forsince
a period of timea point in past time
- - - - - - - - - - - -- • - - - - - - - - - -
20 minutes6.15pm
three daysMonday
6 monthsJanuary
4 years1994
2 centuries1800
a long timeI left school
everthe beginning of time
etcetc
Look at these example sentences using for and since with the Present Perfect tense:
  • I have been here for twenty minutes.
  • I have been here since 9 o'clock.
  • John hasn't called for six months.
  • John hasn't called since February.
  • He has worked in New York for a long time.
  • He has worked in New York since he left school.





ACTIVITIES:






6th GRADE: UNIT 2 - GRAMMAR AND EVERYDAY LANGUAGE




6th GRADE: PRESENT PERFECT








ACTIVITIES:

Activity 1

Activity 2

Activity 3

Activity 4

Activity 5



6th GRADE: INFINITIVE OR -ING FORM?


Some verbs are followed by the infinitive with to: offer, need, expect, pretend, agree, promise



Some verbs are followed by the gerund (the -ing form of the verb): suggest, imagine, enjoy, avoid, mind.








6th GRADE: PRESENTATION - "MY SUMMER HOLIDAY"




Let's make a presentation about your summer holiday. Remember the parts of a presentation:

1. Introduction: Good morning/ afternoon everyone
                            Today, I'm going to talk about...

2. Main part: I would like to start by...
                           First, I will talk about...
                           Then, ... Next, ... After that...

3. Summing up and ending the presentation: Finally,...
                          In conclusion...
                          Thank you for listening
                          Does anyone have any questions?


IMPORTANT: Don't use long sentences.
                          Include images or pictures if it is possible.
                          You can use a brief outline.

ENJOY YOUR PROJECT!




6th GRADE: SO... THAT / SUCH... THAT



ACTIVITIES:

So and such 1

Quiz

So and such 2

So... that / Such... that


6th GRADE: UNIT 1 GRAMMAR AND EVERYDAY LANGUAGE

 


6th GRADE: PRESENT SIMPLE vs. PRESENT CONTINUOUS?




ACTIVITIES:

Grammar Game

Present Simple / present continuous

Present Simple / Present Continuous Hangman game

Present simple or Present Continuous?

Rosie's family


6th GRADE: QUESTION TAGS








Look at the examples. It is very easy:

- You are a teacher, aren't you?                                        - She was relaxed, wasn't she?

- He isn't crazy, is he?                                               - They weren't late, were they?

- You can't drive, can you?                                           - You could do it for me, couldn't you?

- You speak English, don't you?                                  - She doesn't speak Italian, does she?

- You studied for the test, didn't you?                         - They didn't go to the park, did they?


Now, it's time to do these activities at home. Enjoy:

QUESTION TAGS - POSITIVE

QUESTION TAGS - NEGATIVE

QUESTION TAGS - MULTIPLE CHOICE

QUESTION TAGS - MULTIPLE CHOICE 2

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