English and More! – Língua Inglesa

Adriana Weigel, Tatiana Reschke
Código da Coleção: 0170P21093
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Proposta pedagógica
  • A obra da Editora Moderna, contemplada pelo PNLD 2021, apresenta textos e áudios autênticos, extraídos dos mais diversos contextos de uso da língua inglesa, que vão aproximar o aluno de outras realidades.
  • Atividades desafiadoras que estimulam o estudante a se comunicar em inglês, aprofundando estratégias de compreensão (para leitura e escuta) e de produção textual (para fala e escrita).
  • Trabalha propostas que propiciam o diálogo entre as aprendizagens desenvolvidas em inglês com aprendizagens de outras áreas de conhecimento.
  • Estimula a investigação e contribuí para a formação de jovens autônomos e responsáveis.
  • Apresenta temas contemporâneos, que contemplam os interesses e realidades dos estudantes.
  • ‘English and More! – Língua Inglesa’ mostra realidades culturais diferentes que levarão o jovem do Ensino Médio a refletir sobre sua própria cultura e identidade.
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Conteúdo programático

Languages and englishes around us – p. 12

Unit 1 – MEMORY AND IDENTITY – p. 22

Chapter 1 – Youth identities – p. 24

Setting off – p. 24

Getting deeper – p. 27

Into reading – p. 27

Generation Z: ‘We have more to do than drink and take drugs’ – p. 28

Into language – p. 30

Simple present (affirmative and negative sentences) – p. 30

Into writing – p. 31

Short comment – p. 31

Into listening – p. 32

A teen just trying to figure out – p. 32

Into language – p. 34

Word order/sentence structure – p. 34

Into speaking – p. 36

Personal introduction – p. 36

Wrapping up – p. 37

Photo album – p. 37

My learning progress – p. 39

Chapter 2 – Identity construction – p. 40

Setting off – p. 40

Getting deeper – p. 43

Into listening – p. 43

Memory in miniature – p. 43

Into language – p. 46

Subject and object pronouns – p. 46

Into writing – p. 47

Personal narrative – p. 47

Into reading – p. 48

Institutional statement of TOY program – p. 48

Into language – p. 51

Present continuous tense – p. 51

Into speaking – p. 52

Interview and report – p. 52

Wrapping up – p. 53

Artistic exhibition – p. 53

My learning progress – p. 55

Unit 2 – ART AND CULTURE – p. 56

Chapter 3 – Art is all around – p. 58

Setting off – p. 58

Getting deeper – p. 61

Into reading – p. 61

Ten paintings that changed the world – p. 63

Into language – p. 65

Noun phrases – p. 65

Into writing – p. 66

Description – p. 66

Into listening – p. 67

How does Aboriginal art create meaning – p. 67

Into language – p. 70

Prepositions and prepositional phrases – p. 70

Into speaking – p. 71

Presentation of a culture – p. 71

Wrapping up – p. 71

Concrete poem – p. 71

My learning progress – p. 73

Chapter 4 – The power of Art – p. 74

Setting off – p. 74

Getting deeper – p. 77

Into listening – p. 77

Boy and the World movie review – p. 77

Into language – p. 81

Uses of -ing – p. 81

Into speaking – p. 83

Oral movie review – p. 83

Into reading – p. 84

Beautiful wounds exhibition interview – p. 85

Into language – p. 87

Simple present questions – p. 87

Into writing – p. 89

Creation of a class group using messaging app – p. 89

Wrapping up – p. 89

Annotated playlist – p. 89

My learning progress – p. 91

Unit 3 – FICTION AND REALITY – p. 92

Chapter 5 – And that’s the news – p. 94

Setting off – p. 94

Getting deeper – p. 97

Into reading – p. 97

We’re reading the coronavirus numbers wrong – p. 99

Into language – p. 101

Simple past tense – p. 101

Into writing – p. 104

Comment – p. 104

Into listening – p. 105

Vaccines, misinformation and the Internet – p. 105

Into language – p. 108

Past continuous – p. 108

Into speaking – p. 110

Episode for a podcast series – p. 110

Wrapping up – p. 111

News section for an international audience – p. 111

My learning progress – p. 113

 

Chapter 6 – The reality in fiction – p. 114

Setting off – p. 114

Getting deeper – p. 117

Into listening – p. 117

Gulliver’s Travels, Jonathan Swift – p. 117

Into language – p. 121

Modal verbs – p.121

Into speaking – p. 123

Dramatization – p. 123

Into reading – p. 124

An interview with Marcelo D’Salete – p. 125

Into language – p. 129

Comparisons of adjectives – p. 129

Into writing – p. 130

Lead and a list of questions for an interview – p. 130

Wrapping up – p. 131

Dramatization of a piece of literary work or a movie scene based on a book – p. 131

My learning progress – p. 133

Unit 4 – SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY – p. 134

Chapter 7 – Science for everybody – p. 136

Setting off – p. 136

Getting deeper – p. 139

Into reading – p. 139

Over 140 new nazca lines have been discovered, and we finally have clues to their use – p. 140

Into language – p. 143

Passive voice – p. 143

Into listening – p. 145

FameLab really encompasses the international diversity of science – p. 145

Into language – p. 148

Present perfect – p. 148

Into writing – p. 150

Research plan – p. 150

Into speaking – p. 152

Presentation of scientific research findings – p. 152

Wrapping up – p. 153

Explanation of scientific research concepts – p. 153

My learning progress – p. 155

Chapter 8 – For a better life – p. 156

Setting off – p. 156

Getting deeper – p. 159

Into reading – p. 159

Walking away from economics – and back – p. 160

Into language – p. 163

Past perfect – p. 163

Into listening – p. 165

Leroy Mwasaru is using human waste to generate biogas – p. 165

Into language – p. 168

Relative pronouns – p. 168

Into speaking – p. 170

Presentation of an innovative technological solution – p. 170

Into writing – p. 172

Description of a technological solution – p. 172

Wrapping up – p. 173

My learning progress – p. 175

Registration of an innovative technological solution in a science competition/fair – p. 173

Unit 5 – LIFE PROJECT AND WORK – p. 176

Chapter 9 – The future under construction – p. 178

Setting off – p. 178

Getting deeper – p. 181

Into reading – p. 181

The Future of Education and Skills 2030 – p. 182

Into language – p. 185

The uses of will – p. 185

Into listening – p. 186

The Sioux chef: Native American cuisine – p. 186

Into language – p. 189

Present perfect continuous – p. 189

Into writing – p. 192

Résumé – p. 192

Into speaking – p. 192

Video cover letter – p. 192

Wrapping up – p. 193

Online repositor – p. 193

My learning progress – p. 195

Chapter 10 – Life challenges – p. 196

Setting off – p. 196

Getting deeper – p. 199

Into reading – p. 199

21 Lessons for the 21st Century, reviewed – p. 199

1984 (excerpt) – p. 202

Into language – p. 203

Multi-word verbs – p. 203

Into writing – p. 206

Book review – p. 206

Into listening – p. 207

Commencement speech – p. 207

Into language – p. 211

Indefinite pronouns (some, any, no) and their compounds – p. 211

Into speaking – p. 212

Conversation with schoolmates – p. 212

Wrapping up – p. 213

Slam poem – p. 213

My learning progress – p. 215

Unit 6 – SOCIETY AND CITIZENSHIP – p. 216

Chapter 11 – We are all equal – p. 218

Setting off – p. 218

Getting deeper – p. 221

Into reading – p. 221

Reducing inequality – p. 221

Into language – p. 225

Word formation – prefixes and suffixes – p. 225

Into writing – p. 228

Outline – p. 228

Into listening – p. 229

Land of the rich, home of the poor – p. 229

Into language – p. 233

Uses of adverbs – p. 233

Into speaking – p. 234

Debate – p. 234

Wrapping up – p. 235

Photo exhibit – p. 235

My learning progress – p. 237

Chapter 12 – p. The power we have – p. 238

Setting off – p. 238

Getting deeper – p. 241

Into listening – p. 241

Seattle City Council session – p. 241

Into language – p. 245

Modal verbs review – p. 245

Into reading – p. 247

Volunteer testimonial – p. 248

Into language – p. 250

Verb tense review – p. 250

Into writing – p. 252

Personal narrative essay – p. 252

Into speaking – p. 253

Presentation for a seminar – p. 253

Wrapping up – p. 255

Public petition – p. 255

My learning progress – p. 257

Projects – p. 258

Testing your reading skills – p. 267

Irregular verbs – p. 279

Audio scripts – p. 281

Bibliographic references – p. 292

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