PRESENT PERFECT

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PRESENT PERFECT


PRESENT PERFECT 1

HOW MUCH HOW MANY

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HOW MUCH/HOW MANY

A FEW/ A LITTLE

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A FEW/ A LITTLE

HOW WE ORGANIZE OURSELVES

CENTRAL IDEA: 

My city is the reflection of the economic and political actions carried out in the past and today. 

LINES OF INQUIRY: 
- Recognize the changes in my city regarding the processes of urban development. 
- The growth of population and migration
- Arrive to agreements in order to take care of our city 

KEY CONCEPTS: 
- Change
- Reflection
- Perspective


RELATED CONCEPTS: 
- Action
- Growth 
- Urban development
- Environment

IB PROFILE: 
- Thinkers
- Reflective
- Balanced
- Caring. 

STUDY GUIDE MAY JUNE

SPELLING: 
LESSON 21 TO 25 FROM JOURNEYS 

VOCABULARY : 

LESSON 21 TO 25 FROM JOURNEYS 
ENGLISH WORLD VOCABULARY UNIT 10 T0 12
UNIT OF INQUIRY CONTENT HOW WE ORGANIZE OURSELVES. 

GRAMMAR: 
ENGLISH WORLD UNIT 10 TO 12 (how much, lots of and how many, first conditional, there is/there are, a few/ a little, present perfect, adjective+enough) 

UNIT OF INQUIRY: 
HOW WE ORGANIZE OURSELVES  CONTENT


NUMBERS

1
one
2
two
3
three
4
four
5
five
6
six
7
seven
8
eight
9
nine
10
ten
11
eleven
12
twelve
13
thirteen
14
fourteen
15
fifteen
16
sixteen
17
seventeen
18
eighteen
19
nineteen
20
twenty
21
twenty-
one
22
twenty-
two
23
twenty-
three
24
twenty-
four
25
twenty-
five
26
twenty-
six
27
twenty-
seven
28
twenty-
eight
29
twenty-
nine
30
thirty
31
thirty-
one
32
thirty-
two
33
thirty-
three
34
thirty-
four
35
thirty-
five
36
thirty-
six
37
thirty-
seven
38
thirty-
eight
39
thirty-
nine
40
forty
41
forty-
one
42
forty-
two
43
forty-
three
44
forty-
four
45
forty-
five
46
forty-
six
47
forty-
seven
48
forty-
eight
49
forty-
nine
50
fifty
51
fifty-
one
52
fifty-
two
53
fifty-
three
54
fifty-
four
55
fifty-
five
56
fifty-
six
57
fifty-
seven
58
fifty-
eight
59
fifty-
nine
60
sixty
61
sixty-
one
62
sixty-
two
63
sixty-
three
64
sixty-
four
65
sixty-
five
66
sixty-
six
67
sixty-
seven
68
sixty-
eight
69
sixty-
nine
70
seventy
71
seventy-
one
72
seventy-
two
73
seventy-
three
74
seventy-
four
75
seventy-
five
76
seventy-
six
77
seventy-
seven
78
seventy-
eight
79
seventy-
nine
80
eighty
81
eighty-
one
82
eighty-
two
83
eighty-
three
84
eighty-
four
85
eighty-
five
86
eighty-
six
87
eighty-
seven
88
eighty-
eight
89
eighty-
nine
90
ninety
91
ninety-
one
92
ninety-
two
93
ninety-
three
94
ninety-
four
95
ninety-
five
96
ninety-
six
97
ninety-
seven
98
ninety-
eight
99
ninety-
nine
100
one hundred

IRREGULAR VERBS LIST




VERBS LIST
No. BASE  PRESENT PAST  PAST
FORM SIMPLE SIMPLE PARTICIPLE
1 to be am, is, are was, were been
2 to do do, does did done
3 to have have, has had had
4 to say say said said
5 to make make made made
6 to go go went gone
7 to take take took  taken
8 to come come came come
9 to see see saw seen
10 to get get got gotten
11 to give give gave given
12 to find find found found
13 to think think thought thought
14 to bring bring brought brought
15 to tell tell told told
16 to become become became become
17 to show show showed shown
18 to leave leave left left
19 to feel feel felt felt
20 to fall fall fell fallen
21 to begin begin began  begun
22 to keep keep kept kept
23 to sleep sleep slept slept
24 to ride ride rode ridden
25 to hide hide hid hidden
26 to hold hold held held
27 to write write wrote written
28 to stand stand stood stood
29 to understand understand understood understood
30 to hear hear heard heard
31 to meet meet met met
32 to run run ran run
33 to pay pay paid paid
34 to sit sit sat sat
35 to speak speak spoke spoken
36 to break break broke broken
37 to read read read read
38 to grow grow grew grown
39 to know know knew known
40 to draw draw drew drown
41 to send send sent sent
42 to build build built built
43 to spend spend spent spent
44 to drive drive drove driven
45 to wear wear wore worn
46 to choose choose chose chosen
47 to throw throw threw thrown
48 to win win won won
49 to teach teach taught taught
50 to swim swim swam swum
51 to swing swing swung swung
52 to steal steal stole stolen
53 to sing sing sang sung

Journeys

Dear Parents and students: 

Journeys is already working online. Remember that your Username and password are the same from last year. If you are a new student in Olinca, you will receive and email with this personal information . Don´t forget that is a very easy tool to use and students already know how to do it. In case you get lost here are the instructions to access to your Dashboard. 

1.- go to  https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/ePC/start.do
2. Complete with your information. 
Country: Mexico 
School: Colegio Olinca Periferico Mexico City 04700
Username: 
Password: 
( Don´t forget that username and password are individual) 
3. Then you access  and you click on Things to do. 
4. You will find your assignments and the due date. 
Remember that we will be supportive and helpful at the beginning of this process. If you can´t access, don´t worry, just let us know and we will be happy to help you. 
You will also find the Scores for the assignments you have completed. And in MY LIBRARY, you will find the Journeys ebook ready to read at home. 

Enjoy it!! It will be easy for you to get used to it!! 

Remember that you can only access through a computer or laptop. Not from an IPAD 

SPELLING CITY

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO VISIT SPELLING CITY. REMEMBER THAT YOU HAVE TO CHOOSE THE LESSON THAT YOU WANT TO PRACTICE. (ALL LESSONS HAVE THEIR NAMES, NUMBERS AND GRADE) HAVE FUN! 

MC´GRUFF´S VIDEO !

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO WATCH A FUN VIDEO! REMEMBER SCHOOL IS A PLACE TO BE HAPPY.  MAKE OTHERS FEEL HAPPY AND HELP THEM IN CASE THEY NEED! 





MC´GRUFFS VIDEO

LISTENING EXERCISE

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DAILY SCHEDULE

STUDY GUIDE MARCH APRIL



GRAMMAR: 
- English World Unit 7,  8 and 9 
- First Conditional 
- Wh questions 
- Should/Shouldn't
- Anybody, Somebody, Nobody,Everybody 
- Much, many 
UNIT OF INQUIRY 4: 
- Where we are in time and place  
(Independence) 



SPELLING: 
Lesson 16 to 20

VOCABULARY : 
Journeys Lesson 16 to 20 
English World Unit 7, 8 and 9 
Where we are in time and place content. 
(Independence)  

READING COMPREHENSION: 
LESSON 16 TO 20 
STRATEGIES: 
- Author´s Purpose
- Conclusions. 
- Text and graphic features. 
- cause and effect. 
- Main Ideas and Details