LESSON 5: THE MILESTONES OF AMERICAN HISTORY
1. Do you agree with this statement? Would you change it? How? Record your speech share it with your teacher/group.
2. Ex 2a,b, p. 290. Read and say how the groups of sentences are different. Which is better? Why?
What role do words like “and” and “but” play in a sentence? Can you give more examples of words that connect ideas?
3. Ex 3a,b, p. 290.
Read and prove, with already known facts, the four underlined statements in the text. Match the connectives with their meaning.
Connect the ideas together. Use the words from ex. 3b. Record your speech share it with your teacher/group.
4. Ex 5a, p. 291. Think what these dates mean in American history. Use modals of deduction if you are not 100% sure.
5. Ex 5b, p. 291. Complete the milestones of American history with the names.
6. Ex 5c, p. 292. Match the paintings to the milestones in American history which they depict. Take a photo of the answers and share it with your teacher/group.
Model. A – The Declaration of Independence.
7. Ex 6a, p. 293. Read the texts and answer the questions.
8. Surf the net and prepare a short message about another event from ex. 5b. When needed, use the connectives from ex. 3b. Record your speech share it with your teacher/group.
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